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Ford 9N timing cover installation


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I got my new timing cover yesterday and plan to install it tommorow but i was wondering if i need to take the belt pulley off first to do it or can i just slide it over. thanks
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Ray I think that there is a seal behind the crankshaft pulley that is between the timing cover an the pan not 100% sure
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I have the seal. i think i need to take the pulley off. I'll ask my uncle if he remembers how he did his.
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I'm pretty sure the pulley has to come off the seal is in the timing cover
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Default Re: Ford 9N timing cover installation

Thanks, I asked my uncle and he said he had to take the pulley off to get to the cover and re install it on his. thanks for the help Joe
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