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Stripped Cam Conical Nut

I knew this was going to happen. I had a tough time with several of the 8mm conical nuts in the cam housing - that hold the rockers to the cam housing.

The LAST one I went to remove did strip - in the head of the nut. Those things are sooooo shallow.

Any tips as to removing??? This seems like a real bugger. The rocker is #5 - all other rockers have been removed.

-Rob
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I usually hold the 8mm and turn the other side, it's a 5 or 6mm. Remove the oil cooler if necessary.
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Oil cooler gone, I thought Wayne's book said not to turn the 5 mm side, it could damage the shaft?
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You may have it backwards. Either way, you don't have much choice now.
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Yea, maybe I do have it backwards! Anyways, I turned the 5 mm and presto, it came out. Thanks!
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Yep, never turn the nut, only the bolt.

Glad you got it out!!

What are your plans now for this motor??

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DC40 cams (you wouldn't happen to have a set? as you sold me your DC20s), Mahle Motorsport Pistons 10.5:1 and 46mm PMOs
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Sounds like a cool motor! I don't have any cams here right now, but John can set you up!

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