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Need help on 2.2

I amrebuilding a 2.2 with a spin rod bearing. My problem id that the case will not come apart. I have checked for hidden bolts but know none. It seems to be stuck around the crank shaft end. I am afraid to put to much pressure on it and damage the mating surfaces. Can any one help me on this?

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Do you have Wayne's book? He's got some great pictures of all 22 13 mm nutes. 3 are located inside the rear of the engine neara the flywheel seal. There is also a fastener hidden in the left timing chain housing which can be removed using a 15 mm socket with extension.

The book has a lot of other excellent information and is well worth the money.
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I live in the middle of nowhere in up state Idaho. I will have to get Waynes book next time I go to town (about a 100 miles). The bolt in the left timing chain houseing is the one I missed. Thanks for your help and information

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You can order the book from this site and have it delivered, save you a trip.
I think I added about 100 greasy fingerprints to mine just this morning
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Here's a trick;
Copy the pages that you want to take into the garage to avoid the greasy fingerprint syndrome. I wish that I had done that!
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Waynes book pays for itself, even before you have the engine completely apart! Its true. ANYONE who has not done at least 10 or more Porsche engines will benefit from this book. Best bang for the buck (actually its the lack of "Bang" we are looking for) out there.
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Thank all of you for the information and help. I am ordering the book this morning.

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