Russell Williams sent photos of some new tooling for overhauling Warner 165 engines:
Warner 165 engines need a fixture for pressing in the knuckle pins for the master rod assembly. The knuckle pins press into the link rods, so you need to apply some force. However the knuckle pin bushings in the master rod must have a certain protrusion on the inside of the master rod, and if you press in the pin without supporting the end of the link rod, the bushing in the master rod will be partially pressed out. That does all sorts of bad things including cutting off the oil feed hole to the knuckle pin!
This fixture supports the link rod at just the right height to avoid pressing out the master rod bushings when pressing in or out knuckle pins. Thanks to Addison Pemberton at Spokane Felts Field for use of his machine tools and expertise!