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Timing belt tricks
E some of those bolts
welded in so tight that removal torque was well over 800ft/lbs.
Removing the trans to retrieve the aluminum bits that fell into the clutch
assembly sounds mighty risky for a timing belt change. Beg borrow or buy the
2084 please. David, you are one of the lucky ones. Recommending lucky
increases the potential that someone just won't be as...
I believe that not using a 2084 can potentially destroy the key on the
crank timing sprocket. There is probably a fair amount of torque applied to
the key when the bolt is removed/installed if it's not locked securely in
place by a 2084.
Last time I did the TB, I broke the 1/2" craftsman breaker bar. It handled
the job twice before. One probably needs at least a 3/4" one .