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RE: Anybody have the Timing Belt Tool?
It would be nice if someone could take a picture of the location of the hole
for this tranny bolt method and put it on a web server. I could not find it
on my ' 89 90q. I ended up buying a prybar set and using one inserted into
the teeth of the flywheel through the timing check hole. It worked OK but
the whole time I was cranking on the torque wrench I was thinking what if it
slips, what if the bellhousing cracks, etc.
My .02 USD
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ken Keith [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thursday, March 11, 1999 1:02 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: PWaterloo@compuserve.com
> Subject: Re: Anybody have the Timing Belt Tool?
> "Paul C. Waterloo" <PWaterloo@compuserve.com>
> > Looking to borrow/rent the timing belt tool to hold the crank in place
> > while removing the bolt. Had one and lost it...... :(
> > P.S.S. I'm not looking for every other way to take the bolt off, have
> used the
> > tool before, the job is big enough with it, without it, it is very
> > frustrating!
> I think it's totally easy with the tranny bolt method. Makes the tool a
> of money, IMO.