Poly timing chain cover removal
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Poly timing chain cover removal



No turning back now - have the engine out to rebuild the bottom end.  Had the heads done 2 years ago but still too much blow-by.

 

Any trick to getting to timing cover off?  I removed 3 bolts on one side and 2 on the other.  Seems snug with oil pan on yet, pretty encrusted with dirt oil to see what else needs to come off. 

 

Does the dipstick tube stay during a rebuild, if not how do you remove it?

 

Thanks - First engine work in over 30 years - and then it was not a ’62 Dodge I was working on.  ; )

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