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Re: Timing Chain Slap? [Re: Buck] #931977 03/16/09 02:00 AM
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toyomorph Offline
Wheeler
theres some a little cheaper on ebay
83-84 front cover


canyon country explorer
1993 4x PUP
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Re: Timing Chain Slap? [Re: Buck] #931978 03/16/09 03:52 AM
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Body Damage is Cool
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The something is the timing chain cover is cracked where the bolt from the head bolts to the top of the timing chain cover,

When the oil goes down that hole and you put a bolt into it without first cleaning it, the oil will hydraulically create a hole in the timing cover at the end of said hole.
I was tightening a bolt in this exact situation and I heard a "pop" and saw a piece of the timing cover bounce off the floor. I picked it up and was like <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/angry.gif" alt="" />


1985 SR5 4Runner
eLocked with Carter Lock
4.7:1 single case
Davez Offroad twin stick
Re: Timing Chain Slap? [Re: toyrunner] #931979 03/16/09 04:04 PM
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WOW....good advice my friend. Thanks.


'80 4X4 Longbed
Re: Timing Chain Slap? [Re: Stevie] #931980 03/17/09 04:10 AM
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Buck Offline OP
Mudrunner
had cleaned everything out as well as blown out the bolt holes with compressed air prior to assembly. Ordered the new one off of ebay tonight, $75 with shipping, hopefully I can get it all torn down and back together this weekend. Gonna miss the club snow run though. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />


84 Ext. Cab Pickup.
Re: Timing Chain Slap? [Re: Buck] #931981 03/17/09 03:51 PM
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Body Damage is Cool
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had cleaned everything out as well as blown out the bolt holes with compressed air prior to assembly. Ordered the new one off of ebay tonight, $75 with shipping, hopefully I can get it all torn down and back together this weekend. Gonna miss the club snow run though. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />

Then you somehow most likely could have re-inserted the wrong length bolt?


1985 SR5 4Runner
eLocked with Carter Lock
4.7:1 single case
Davez Offroad twin stick
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