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Originally Posted by WERK I View Post
You have to remove the chains from their sprockets which means every rocker arm shaft is going have to be removed to prevent the valves hitting the pistons when timing the cams.

Are both boxes leaking?
That's a good point. What I did was set cylinder one to TDC, then go around and back all of the valve rocker arm adjusters all the way out, before I broke everything down. I was VERY, VERY careful as I turned the engine over (clockwise) as I went through the motions. Perhaps it was "luck", but I didn't run into any trouble with valve to piston interference.
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