Re: timing chain cover question
The cover will come off, but to get it back on the front of the oil pan should be dropped down some. You do not have to remove the pan, just back the bolts out some and lower the front of the pan.
The cover can be put back on without dropping the pan, by trimming the ends of the seal retainer on the timing cover. If you trim to much, it will gush oil like a sieve. Your best bet is to lower the front of the pan !
69 Camaro -originally a LM1 car. 327, Edelbrock E-streets, hooker, DUI performance distributors, ultradyne cam, stewart, TRW etc. Vintage Air, AGR steering, Corbeau GTSII seats, 700R4 transmission, 12-bolt w/Eaton 4.11:1
Last edited by TJS69; Jan 16th, 10 at 06:06 PM.