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Old 08-10-2018, 12:54 PM   #1
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Cam locks Fit In Notches?

I am doing a Clutch, RMS and IMSB. Pulled the Cam Plug after setting the Engine to top dead center. The cam notches are vertical. Exactly like all of the photos I have seen for properly installing the cam locks.

Do the cam locks fit into the notches on the cams? Or rest against them? I swear the cam lock in use will not fit inside the notches.

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The tool should fit in the notches:

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Old 08-10-2018, 04:01 PM   #3
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Try spinning the motor 1 revolution then test fit the tool again. It only fits once every 2 revolutions per side
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Thanks for the information and the pictures. I have to go back and rotate the engine 180and check again. It just looks like that cam lock is thicker than the notch.

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