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    locking off

    going to put the timing belt on again soon on the X16SZR, now last time, the sump was off so used a flywheel locking tool, i dont really wanna disturb the sump tbh with you so, how can i lock off effectively? cam, crank or flywheel? and do you know which tool specifically (link would be great! or advice were to buy!)
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    anyone???

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    so much help

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    you ideally need a cam locking tool that sits across the cam carrier mate. machine mart, clarke tools etc all do one iirc

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve1412 View Post
    you ideally need a cam locking tool that sits across the cam carrier mate. machine mart, clarke tools etc all do one iirc
    should have known you'd know lol will go have a look for one

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