Hey Brad, Yeah I seemed to recall that. I thought I had done that but who
knows. I think I used that goopy blue sealer stuff, can't recall the
name, just that it doesn't cure, what is that stuff? Starts with an H? But
thanks for reminding me. If I get a wild hair I may pull the engine this
I think we have the cam off a tooth as well. It is a kent 266 and I was
never able to keep it from dieseling when we killed it. The motor is
freash with just under 300 miles on it. I built the motor for my inlaw and
it has set in teh car ever since. He had it painted and did the whole new
brake lines, calipers, shocks, bushings the whole works.
I have a 5speed, and would love to drop it in the car. I don't want a
rivergate, so was hoping to find someone on the list that had a kit not
being used but that is doubtful.
> Hey Charlie, good to see you online again. One thing that is important to
> when doing the timing cover seal. Put the cover on, and all the bolts on
> LOOSELY. Put on the balancer, so that the seal will be centered correctly,
> THEN tighten the bolts.
> You may already know this, and if you do, I apologize for repeating it...
> On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 8:36 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> NO NO don't say that. I don't need a curse. My wife will kill me if
>> isn't ready by spring. She still beats me up for getting rid of the
>> > Oh oh! The dreaded, "I might as well do the engine bay while I have
>> > engine out" 5 year project!!!! :)
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