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Chain housing pins

One of the chain ramp pins came out during cleaning. JB weld it in and on the back? Is that sufficient?

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Time for a bump.
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I'm not sure (free bump). I would hate for that thing to come out when the engine is operational. One of the engine building experts should chime in on this.
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This pin is out completely. I am wondering if I need to do anything additional to secure it.

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The ramp pin on my 3.0L fell out during a DE back in October. What a mess. I thought the car was on fire. I found the pin in the oil strainer. Fortunately it was the pin that just supports the ramp. I cleaned all surfaces with alcohol and epoxied it using JB Weld. So far it is holding fine.
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Yup, same pin. Thanks for that info!

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