|samn40 said: (quoted from post at 14:42:27 01/29/14) Usually? they just pull off using both hands and a cushion to stop |
you falling on yer azz!. When replacing the cover do not tighten the
bolts until you have fitted the pulley....it helps centralize the seal on
the pulley .. Try Ervine Nolt in PA for parts..........Sam
I did get it off. I used a little heat and a couple of crow bars to get it moving, pulled with my hands and then I fell on my azz :lol:
Thanks for the info. I will need to get a chain, adjuster and some gaskets. Chain was loose and the adjuster was worn as Dieseltech made mention.
Questions, does anyone offer just say valve cover and timing chain gaskets or do I need to get sets? This post was edited by DrLoch at 16:06:35 01/29/14.