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post #16 of 50 (permalink) Old 11-04-2011, 03:34 AM
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4pt mount fitment, will it work with light mods ?

Looks better than the first ones I saw back in '04 or '05

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4pt mount fitment, will it work with light mods ?
Yes with light mods. Please see Post # 13 above.

The latest production run of Quick Change Timing Covers are in stock and ready to ship.

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Your Quick Change Timing Cover ought to arrive at your place tomorrow.

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D.W.,

Your Quick Change Timing Cover is en route and should arrive by Friday or Saturday.

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A.S.,

Your Quick Change Timing Cover and Hex Drive shipped today.

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Your Quick Change Timing Cover is enroute.

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B.A.,

Your Quick Change Timing Cover and Hex Drive shipped today.

J.H./D.W,

Your Hex Drive shipped today.

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Your camshaft Hex Drive shipped today.

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A.S.,

Your Quick Change Timing Cover is enroute.

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paul i hate to sound stupid so if i do please forgive me in post 13 you said you could mount the motor plate between the cover and the block how do you do this machine the cover for the plate sorry if i have made this harder than it is thanks
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paul ... in post 13 you said you could mount the motor plate between the cover and the block how do you do this machine the cover for the plate sorry if i have made this harder than it is thanks
Simply stated, if your engine plate is 0.250" thick, then just cut 0.250" off the backside of the Quick Change Timing Cover. Similarly, if your engine plate is 0.375 thick then cut 0.375" off the backside of the cover. Etcetera. (Of course when mounting your engine plate between block and front cover, the plate must overlap the entire timing cover mounting area on the block so that there are no gaps between the cover and block once all three components are sandwiched together.)

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thanks paul that is what i thought mine is a full plate so i might be better of mounting it on front and cutting a hole for the cam drive again thank you very much i will be calling soon for the cover got to take care of my kids first know what i meen
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Note that if you mount the aluminum as a mid-plate (between front cover and block) that (in the case of the 460) you will need to reduce the mounting-side of the timing cover (any brand cover) equal to the thickness of the engine plate. In other words, if you use a 0.250" thick plate, you will need to cut the backside of the timing cover 0.250". This is because the oil pan bolt holes/oil pan gasket will not align with the cover moved forward 0.250", let alone the front cover seal's riding location.

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Your Quick Change Timing Cover shipped today.

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