Yes , you did .... But , anything can be fixed . Probably the best learning experiance you ever get ....
Because I just spent all this money to rebuild it and just felt "better safe than sorry" so I wanted to open it back up for a peace of mind.With only 2 - 3 hrs. run time ? I just don't understand ....
I found what looks to be a seal on this opening on left side of case. Wondering if its possible(can be done without destroying anything) to be able to leave clutch plate and gears all installed on ride side of case and separate case on this left side? This way I can save some time plus hoping seal is someone on left side of case since this where I found it. Lmk?Yep, water gets everywhere. Not even something to consider after you have taken the head bolts loose.
Set the timing, put it back together and check the valve clearances.
Report back. -BIG DAN
Lol. All out.I'm just gonna be a spectator ... Where's the popcorn ..?
I’ve seen problems going back with the old tensioner. Too many to feel comfortable not replacing it.No, I seen a video showing if I can wind it in, and when I tap it, if it releases on its own then its still good but if more knowledgeable people think its possibly a cause that contributed to skipped timing and thay its best to replace then I have no problem doing so. Oem is only 50-70 bucks I think