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Old 30th December 2007
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Default Leak is finally fixed

I was able to get the push rod tubes out and back in without removing the heads. However the lower O rings kept rolling under the tube on the back side, due to the angle they were at before sliding the base in. So after several trys with it still leaking I gave up and took the head off. I put the long head bolts on the short side to keep the heads in alignment. Had our son hold the head up while I positioned the tubes. With the lower O rings on the tubes coated with RTV silicone and the upper ones in the head. He lowered the head down then reassembled everything. NO LEAKS
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