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Old 02-16-2013, 06:00 AM   #62
Bill Harris
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Neat job-- that's what I was thinking about! Since the front ball bearing is off you probably could have mounted the timing case dry, put the front cover on and used a longer bolt on the crank stub.

The 10mm flywheel bolts on the /5 are stretch bolts and need to be replaced each time. Torque is 45 ft-lbs, dry.

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