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Post by TT_05_Stang on Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:24 pm

If you have one that I can borrow let me know...


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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Great White on Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:37 pm

talk to BobT he has several
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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Boss281 on Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:42 pm

Is that for the timing chain? Let me look. My son might have mine...

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by TT_05_Stang on Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:45 pm

Yep timing Chain Wedge

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by chrisverneuil on Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:08 pm

James, Bob borrowed his from JJ. So hes he dosnt have one........
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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Great White on Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:21 pm

Oops My Bad! Will forget I mentioned it ROTFL
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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by TT_05_Stang on Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:33 pm

For 120 I am about to make one...

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Great White on Mon Aug 01, 2011 6:58 pm

TT_05_Stang wrote:For 120 I am about to make one...

Will, you are better off borrowing one vs. making one yourself
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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by svtwin73 on Mon Aug 01, 2011 8:04 pm

I've heard people using some garden hose to hold the chain tight.
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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Bethelism on Mon Aug 01, 2011 8:35 pm

I'm sorry Will, but I can't let you get away without laughing at you for "looking for tool"....

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by TT_05_Stang on Mon Aug 01, 2011 8:53 pm

Bethelism wrote:I'm sorry Will, but I can't let you get away without laughing at you for "looking for tool"....

One tool is not enough... I want all my hands full if tools!

I prefer craftsMEN wait that came out wrong

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Great White on Wed Aug 03, 2011 9:23 am

ROTFL
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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Cammed06gt on Wed Aug 03, 2011 9:37 am

TT_05_Stang wrote:For 120 I am about to make one...
^ Agreed
But If the chain slips your pulling the front cover

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by TT_05_Stang on Wed Aug 03, 2011 10:29 am

Does the dealership have one I can rent?

Cant find the tool locally...

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Big Blue on Wed Aug 03, 2011 1:31 pm

TT_05_Stang wrote:
Bethelism wrote:I'm sorry Will, but I can't let you get away without laughing at you for "looking for tool"....

One tool is not enough... I want all my hands full if tools!

I prefer craftsMEN wait that came out wrong
Well then, let me lend you my tool

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by TT_05_Stang on Wed Aug 03, 2011 1:33 pm

Big Blue wrote:
TT_05_Stang wrote:
Bethelism wrote:I'm sorry Will, but I can't let you get away without laughing at you for "looking for tool"....

One tool is not enough... I want all my hands full if tools!

I prefer craftsMEN wait that came out wrong
Well then, let me lend you my tool

You big bear tease...

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by BobT on Wed Aug 03, 2011 1:37 pm

Personally, I would make one. Once I saw what it did I ten realized how simple it would be to make on. Just make sure you can stuff it in tightly and it wont come out easily. When you do pull out make sure its stays in one piece.

You can use heater hose that kept long but slit in half with a long 1/4" drive extension. When you remove it you can pull on the hose.

basicly, use long hose...stick it in the tight hole untill it stops...then when ur done, gently pull your long hose till it comes out. Then smile!
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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Great White on Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:30 pm

BobT wrote:Personally, I would make one. Once I saw what it did I ten realized how simple it would be to make on. Just make sure you can stuff it in tightly and it wont come out easily. When you do pull out make sure its stays in one piece.

You can use heater hose that kept long but slit in half with a long 1/4" drive extension. When you remove it you can pull on the hose.

basicly, use long hose...stick it in the tight hole untill it stops...then when ur done, gently pull your long hose till it comes out. Then smile!

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by Cammed06gt on Wed Aug 03, 2011 2:42 pm

TT_05_Stang wrote:Does the dealership have one I can rent?

Cant find the tool locally...
Dealerships don't rent out shop tools lol

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by TT_05_Stang on Wed Aug 03, 2011 3:14 pm

My guess is that a heater hose, or a rubber chunk on the end of a rod would just need to hold the chains against the tensioner? I would think holding the chains upward would also be a good idea...

the tensioner has to release some right? to allow the chain to come off or are you just pulling the cam gear off with the chain attached? and assembling the same?

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Re: Looking for Tool 303-1175

Post by BobT on Thu Aug 04, 2011 7:06 am

TT_05_Stang wrote:My guess is that a heater hose, or a rubber chunk on the end of a rod would just need to hold the chains against the tensioner? I would think holding the chains upward would also be a good idea...

the tensioner has to release some right? to allow the chain to come off or are you just pulling the cam gear off with the chain attached? and assembling the same?

All the tool does is hold the chain tight to the tensioner. I agree that holding the chain up is a good safe idea. When I did mine even though the tool was in tightly I still never let tension off with my hand. Then I used a bunjee cord to hold it up just to be safe.
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