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Gearbangor Sep 8, 4:54pm - #269758 

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Question about Rocker Shaft

Going to try to drill out broken lift bolt piece but I think the shaft may have rotated moving the broken piece out of allignment with the whole. If it is can the shaft be rotated with out doing the hole TSB? I mean could you grab the shaft with vice grips and rotate it with out pulling the chain? Any ideas?

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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 8, 6:58pm - #269759 
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Rotate the entire motor, not the shaft. Either use the starter or put a socket on the bottom pulley & rotate in a clockwise positition.
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Gearbangor Sep 9, 12:56pm - #269760 

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I don't think that would work. The rocker shaft isn't a moving piece normally, it only moves when the lift bolt is broken and only from vibration of the engine. Thats the problem it moves but normally it is stationary. Is this correct?

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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 9, 6:19pm - #269761 
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I'm not sure what a rocker shaft is, it sounded like a cam shaft to me. In which case it would rotate with the motor.

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