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    Motor build forgot to install Timing chain guide

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    Im in the process of a 4tec rebuild, I forgot to install the timing chain guide for the tension side. Unfortunately its behind the crank gear. is there any way to get that on with out splitting the cases and sliding the crank out enough to get it over the stud.? Head is on currently

    Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hotpinkcrx View Post
    guys

    Im in the process of a 4tec rebuild, I forgot to install the timing chain guide for the tension side. Unfortunately its behind the crank gear. is there any way to get that on with out splitting the cases and sliding the crank out enough to get it over the stud.? Head is on currently

    Thanks
    You'll probably fine with not having to replace the bolts since they havent been heat cycled . I think most of us have done something similar.....mine was not aligning the trigger wheel correctly and completely putting the entire thing back together and the ski before finding out I had to take it all back apart

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