Push rod seals

Push rod seals

Greetings oh wise Cessna owners!

I have an O-300 in a 1967 Skyhawk with leaking push rod seals.

Can I change seals without removing cylinders?  How do I get the tubes off?

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Re: Push rod seals

One of my friends has a Skyhawk that "had" the same problem. He purchased a set of "Real Gasket pushrod tubes". With the assistance of his A&P, they took a sawsall to the old tubes to remove them and installed the new parts. His engine is as dry as a popcorn fart now.

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Re: Push rod seals

uh, what are "Real Gasket Push Rod Tubes"?  What is a part number and a source? Do I need an STC or field approval?  I'd LOVE to hack this puppies away!  I'd use a dull butter knife if I could!

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