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Quick Timimg Chain Question

This is a discussion on Quick Timimg Chain Question within the Internal Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Real quick. Will it be nessary to remove my radiator for a timing chain/gear replacement? All of the "how-to" articles ...

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    Quick Timimg Chain Question

    Real quick. Will it be nessary to remove my radiator for a timing chain/gear replacement? All of the "how-to" articles involved a cam swap also, but in my case I am only replacing the timing set. No biggie, but I am just trying to estimate my time. Thanks!

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    Shouldn't have too. It would give you alot more knuckle room but its not necessary. Might have clearance issues with the balancer puller if its the bugger type though.

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    Thanks for the info!! I appreciate the reply. I did swap the stock balancer for an undersized one last year w/o pulling the radiator so I think I be ok. Thanks again!

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