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    Timing belt 101

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    Last edited by Tackhammer; 06-01-2011 at 09:11 AM.

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    Does the video show up for anyone? I dont see it, but its there if i go to edit it.

    Must be a Firefox setting, can anyone tell me what i need to change?

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    I see it fine. Thank you.

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    Yeah I see it.

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    Same here.

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    This is what I've been looking for for months. I need to do this and the oil pump.

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    Excellent contribution Hammer. I think I'll try you're method the next time I have the engine out. Why are cam lockers the devil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Fast View Post
    Why are cam lockers the devil?
    been doing it same way since my DSM days...70 bucks vs. free

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    Funny how easy it is when the motor is out of the car. Nice video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Fast View Post
    Why are cam lockers the devil?
    Because at about the 4:15 mark in the video when i take up the initial slack, that causes the lockers to bind up and they are really heard to pull out, so i think most just leave them in and allow the crank to rotate and not the cams, during the final tension setting, which is not supposed to happen

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