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    haynes manual 68035 explain spacer in step 7 page 2a-8

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    haynes manual 68035 explain spacer in step 7 page 2a-8

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    Hi larsmith50,

    After removing the crank pulley, reinsert the crank pulley bolt into the end of the crankshaft so you can rotate the engine when instructed to do so in the procedure. If the bolt bottoms-out in the crank, you'll have to insert a spacer between the nose of the crank and the bolt. A stack of washers will do the job.

    Hope this clears things up.

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