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Gearbangor Sep 8, 4:55pm - #269762 

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Lift bolts

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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slidr Sep 8, 4:57pm - #269763 

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I wouldn't risk scoring the shaft with the vice grips.

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Gearbangor Sep 9, 12:59pm - #269764 

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Can the shaft be rotated with out removing the timing chain and cam? I was thinking I could get to the back end by removing the oil control valve and if there is a slot in the back stick a flat head in there and turn it as needed? Suggestions? Ideas? Prayers!!!!!

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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 9, 5:46pm - #269765 
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Put a socket on the main pulley on your motor & rotate clockwise until you reach TDC. thumbsup
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