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Old 01-04-2004, 07:17 PM
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Cool 4.6 timing chain setup.

When installing timing chains on a 4.6 sohc, Do you install both chains at the same time or do you start a separate setup for each cam? This is my frist time doing this type of motor. i'm having trouble lineing them up. every time i put the chains on together left side is hitting the pistons while i turn with a breaker bar and socket
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