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i have a chevy 350 that sat for a while. i tried to turn it with a socket and couldnt. i pulled the heads and there was some rust on the pistons but nothing major. i put oil in the cylinders, and let them set. oil was gone when i checked so it seeped in, but the engine still won't turn...

 

 

any ideas? :cry:

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I prefer it as a penetrating oil over most anything, better than PB Blaster even. You can get it in a spray foam type called Deep Creep. Use it, let it soak for a few hours then come back with the hammer. I use the day before I work on the Jeep and let it soak overnight.

 

If none of this works, best bet, would be to go ahead and grab a new set of main and rod bearings and some rings, as well as a bottle brush. Do a mini rebuild.

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I prefer it as a penetrating oil over most anything, better than PB Blaster even. You can get it in a spray foam type called Deep Creep. Use it, let it soak for a few hours then come back with the hammer. I use the day before I work on the Jeep and let it soak overnight.

 

If none of this works, best bet, would be to go ahead and grab a new set of main and rod bearings and some rings, as well as a bottle brush. Do a mini rebuild.

 

 

if you half to go the mini rebuild i would recoment a hone job also

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I prefer it as a penetrating oil over most anything, better than PB Blaster even. You can get it in a spray foam type called Deep Creep. Use it, let it soak for a few hours then come back with the hammer. I use the day before I work on the Jeep and let it soak overnight.

 

If none of this works, best bet, would be to go ahead and grab a new set of main and rod bearings and some rings, as well as a bottle brush. Do a mini rebuild.

 

 

if you half to go the mini rebuild i would recoment a hone job also

 

 

thats what the bottle brush is for... really not that hard to do yourself.

 

half of what? jk

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