You can always use the adjustable flaming wrench to get radiator out. The
book is right. Your timing chain should not have gone bad this soon. Sounds
like you may have something in wrong.
From: Larry M Haller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, July 22, 1999 20:37
Subject: TR3-A TIMING CHAIN
>MY 1960 TR-3 ENGINE HAS A SQUEAKING NOISE COMING FROM THE FRONT OF THE
>ENGINE. I'VE NARROWED IT TO THE TIMING CHAIN COVER.
>I'M ASSUMING IT'S THE CHAIN AND OR TENSIONOR. SO I PURCHASED A KIT AND
>READ UP ON IT. THE REPAIR BOOK SAID TO TAKE THE FRONT APRON OFF TO GET
>THE RADIATOR OUT!!!!! IS THERE A SHORTCUT FOR THIS JOB?
>IS THIS A COMMON PROBLEM WITH THIS MOTOR? THERE IS ONLY 10K ON THIS
>REBUILT MOTOR AND WOULD HATE TO DO IT AGAIN IN ANOTHER 10K.
>WILL BE AT THE TRF PARTY CAMPING. THE CARS WHITE AND WILL BE PULLING A
>TRAILER WITH SPARE PARTS FOR SALE.
>THANKS IN ADVANCE