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I admire your patience, klefroid! If that'd happened to me, blood would be spilled.

When I installed my last 930 clutch, I used split lock washers underneath the clutch pressure plate mounting bolts that screw into the flywheel because I'd forgotten what was there when I took it apart. WRONG! The thickness of the split washer caused the bolt heads to contact the inside of the bellhousing as the crankshaft rotated. I believe that a wavy, or Belleville washer goes there instead (check PET or Pelican). I can't believe that I'm the only idiot that's done that. After you mate the trans to the engine, make sure that the crank spins freely. Just a friendly reminder.
Thanks for the friendly reminder! will keep that in mind! Thats one thing less that could go wrong... any advice is welcome there it's my first time.

I'm wondering if you could change the chain tensioner easy without needing to change the timing? anyone? I like to stay out off the engine as much as possible! except for cam settings
Old 04-22-2014, 09:29 AM
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