Is it possible to remove the cylinder with the piston siezed? It's about 3/4th of the way to the bottom of stroke. I'm reading from the CLYMER manual for my 1991 YZ125, and under Head Removal it says to place the piston in top dead center as the last step for head removal. Then, under Cylinder Removal, it says to follow the head removal directions, then continues with power valve/thrust plate and carburator removal. I want to know if it's gonna be possible to remove the cylinder without damaging it or having to take the engine completely apart. If I have to do a complete tear down, I'm just gonna swap in a new engine.