Reamer Assembled To Ream Rear Intake Cam Gear Shaft Bushing After Case Cover Is Installed On Crank Case

therefore, will need no refacing. This large flange bushing must be pressed into gear case cover until outer face of bushing is just flush with machined surface of -case cover to provide correct seating and clearance for oil pump. Use a smooth surfaced disc or plate a little larger than flange when pressing bushing into case cover to insure flush fit.

After new bushings have been pressed in they must be dowel pinned to prevent them from turning, by drilling a hole with a number 31 drill, 9/32" deep, through bushing flange and into aluminum so when dowel pin (Part No. 661-31) is driven in and bottomed, its end will be slightly below face of bushing flange. Peen bushing around dowel pin hole to prevent pin from coming out (see Illus. 40 or 41).

Oil holes for lubrication of cover bushings will have to be drilled in three of the bushings, with a reaming front intake cam gear shaft bushings in crankcase and gear case cover

reaming front intake cam gear shaft bushings in crankcase and gear case cover

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