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Not trying to teach anything, just easier in the long run to fix it correctly.Enjoy the car and hopefully who ever gets it later, will have as...
Ya never have time to do it right the first time, but always have time to do it right the second time.
Aha! I’m not up in the 66-67 cars so much, my apologies.
Are you sure it’s not in the trans? Usually the reverse switch is on the trans.
I see it now. It's hell having 1 eye, lol!!
What am I looking at?
I would put a skim of rtv on the gasket.
Why is the timing cover all chewed up? That looks like the cam is walking forward and the bolts are getting into the cover.
I hope it's something simple.
Here's what the noise was on my engine at the front. I'd pull the pan.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Drop the pan and look.
Hate to say this, but you could have spun a rod bearing or 2. Happened to me about a month ago, spun #1 and 2 rod bearing. Still had good oil...
They are a bitch to restore, and I've done a few of them.
Pot metal. And if you use something like Muggy Weld, it can be repaired.
factory is 30 spline
The 742 uses shims, no worry about preload.
It's different than the 741 or 489 case, no biggie as Dr. Diff, aka Cass has them. Change the yoke and seal and move on to other stuff on the car.
If I were you, and the yoke was out of round or scored deeply where the seal rides, I'd get a new yoke and seal and be done with it.