Timing belt preperation
dak at rochester.rr.com
Thu Mar 13 23:04:57 EST 2003
The way I did it (on both my '87 5KTQ and '91 200q20v) was to put a 3
foot pipe on my breaker bar. I did have to remove the rubber grip from
the breaker bar to fit the pipe over it. Anyway, the bar was a foot or
so above the engine and I could grasp it easily and puuuuuulllll! :-)
PS. don't think I'm an idiot, but I put that bolt back on the same way!
What!?!?? I used Loctite also!
Derek Pulvino wrote:
> Short of having an impact wrench, applying steady pressure to the breaker
> bar on the crank bolt, while having assistant pound away on the breaker bar
> (not at the same location as your hands) with a hammer will help loosen
> bolt. I think it kind of mimics the idea of an impact wrench.
> Oh, and wrt to the seal removal tool, they are different between the crank
> and cam seals; different sizes/diameter. When I did the work on my car,
> Blau sent me the wrong removal tool, or more accurately the one they
> sent me
> was for the cam, while they said it was for the crank (or vice versa). Not
> too bad as I was replacing both seals, just a bit confusing.
> Good luck,
> Derek P
> Message: 10
> From: "Richard Tanimura" <Richard at Tanimuras.com>
> To: "joe smith" <mtnbikguy2002 at yahoo.com>,
> "200q20v" <200q20v at audifans.com>
> Subject: RE: Timing belt preperation
> Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2003 19:54:13 +0100
> I am going to attempt the same thing in a few weeks. "No please, after
> you!!" My big problem is how to get my scrawny 155 lb body to apply enough
> torque to get the BIG bolt off. Please keep us informed. If you should fall
> on the way to glory, those of us who follow will honor your memory :-)
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