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    Splitting Cases Without Removing Head

    Unfortunately I just had my new BRP flywheel bolts shear 2 hours after installing a rebuilt engine. The stator was chewed up a bit so I would like to split the cases to make sure none of the debris got into the crank case. I already have the engine out and was wondering if it is possible to split the cases without removing the head. Is this possible?


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    Sure, I just did this to remove my supercharger washer debris.

    I hate to hear about the problem so soon after rebuild.

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    Splitting Cases Without Removing Head

    Quote Originally Posted by wsullivan View Post
    Unfortunately I just had my new BRP flywheel bolts shear 2 hours after installing a rebuilt engine. The stator was chewed up a bit so I would like to split the cases to make sure none of the debris got into the crank case. I already have the engine out and was wondering if it is possible to split the cases without removing the head. Is this possible?
    That sucks , like other post mentioned yes you can just undo the bottom and leave the head as is . I have parts if you need , starter bendix , pto cover depending on the engine , stator , etc.
    What bolts did you have in it 10.9 or 12.9 oem bolts ???

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    Thank you all for the input. Does the tension need to be let off of the timing chain and are the main bolts reuseable?

    DR2006RXP, thank you for the offer but I already bought a news stator and everything else looks reusable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsullivan View Post
    Thank you all for the input. Does the tension need to be let off of the timing chain and are the main bolts reuseable?

    DR2006RXP, thank you for the offer but I already bought a news stator and everything else looks reusable.
    Lower main bolts are reusable , you can remove the tensioner but make sure upon final assembly the timing is spot on .

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    don't forget to double check the encoder wheel timing pin before installing the pto cover

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    Thank you for the suggestion. I was very cautious about this. These are finicky little boogers if you don’t know what to look for.

    I have it all back together now and will hopefully drop it in the hull tonight.

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