Not exactly clear on what you mean here Bob. I got the engine out and the only place the wheel might go is on the crank or I'll have to open up the other side of the engine and see what is available there.Bobster said:With the engine removed, we mounted to the oposite end of cam gears.
We mounted it on the crank, opposite end of the cam gears, chain side. And turned the crank for adjustments, turning the crank with a wrench from the cam chain side of engine. Theres obviously only 2 ends of the crank. 1 side for wheel and other side to turn for making adjustments.ZX ZBest said:Not exactly clear on what you mean here Bob. I got the engine out and the only place the wheel might go is on the crank or I'll have to open up the other side of the engine and see what is available there.
ZX ZBest said:I follow you now! If I can only figure out how or where all the tappet shims should go being they all fell out, then I can get started on degreeing. Not that anyone else is as stupid as me but do not turn your head upside down once off. Things fall out!
he dont a spacer if he uses the other end.BNninja said:I did mine fromt he right side so I could remove the timing wheel and use that hoile for the degree wheel, but you need spacers to make things not hit the cases. call Ivan it is what I did.
not sure what you mean! there is a bolt there in the end of the crank. along with the sprocket assembly that connects up to the starter. someone gave you bad info. you should have removed the cover and you would have seen it there.BNninja said:what did you thread it into then?? In THe Dale Walker video he drill the crank bolt so he can use that side but I dont have a tap set.