[DML] Re: Timing chain cover removal
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[DML] Re: Timing chain cover removal

As far as I can tell, there is no way you'd be able to remove the Timing Chain Cover AND 
the Cylinder Heads, and NOT have to reset the timing chains. There isn't any large 
sprocket support or dummy bearing that I've ever heard of in DeLorean, Volvo, or Eagle 
workshop manuals that indicate such a tool would exist.

Why not just do the timing chain cover after you replace the heads, but before you 
complete the final torquing sequence on the bolts?

vin 6585 "X"

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, deloreanernst@... wrote:
> I've been putting off doing my leaky head gasket (or gaskets?) Since I own  a 
> pair of sprocket supports, I don't need to remove the timing cover, but I'd  
> like to with the idea of getting it powdercoated while I'm ripping things 
> apart.  Is there any way to get it off and back on without having to reset the 
> timing  chains?  
> Wayne A.  Ernst
> vin 11174
> Bridgeton,  NJ

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