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Old 07-31-2004, 00:48   #1 (permalink)
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how do i get the timing chain off?
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opposite to how u put it on...
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.....didn't put it on
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make sure the marks on the gears are lined up and unbolt it then pull it off, dont try to pull it off without lining up the marks on the gears!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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One bolt in the middle of the large cam gear, then the lower smaller gear should just slide off or need a gentle pry with a screwdriver.
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The old timing chain has been on for 18months...Should I put a new one on?
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For the price of them - a new one is cheap insurance. Especially in a performance motor
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Yes ..You can get just the chain for $30.00
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One bolt in the middle of the large cam gear, then the lower smaller gear should just slide off or need a gentle pry with a screwdriver.
I have the top bolt out and I have tried gently prying the lower gear off.
Any other suggestions?
Is it possible to remove the keyway before removing the gear?
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