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Old 08-04-2003, 02:07 PM   #1
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Default Cam Gear holder > where?

I'm trying to locate a cam gear "holder"

The unit that locks the cam gears in place for torquing them off.

Any links appreciated, thanks.
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Old 08-04-2003, 03:41 PM   #2
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Default Re: Cam Gear holder > where? (Tweakmeister)

Impact or leave the belt on and hold crank with a 19mm then loosen them up
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Default Re: Cam Gear holder > where? (Tweakmeister)

I know Mac Tools and Matco make one. I think the Mac Tools one is a Honda engine specific billet piece and the Matco one is a universal for DOHC motors.

Maybe the Mac Tools guy will come by your place.
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Old 08-04-2003, 11:29 PM   #4
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I know Mac Tools and Matco make one. I think the Mac Tools one is a Honda engine specific billet piece and the Matco one is a universal for DOHC motors.

Maybe the Mac Tools guy will come by your place.
I have the Matco kit, it comes with a billet locking peice for all different DOHC honda engines. Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 08-05-2003, 12:04 AM   #5
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Then I got it backwards. Regardless, they are a pretty penny.
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Default Re: Cam Gear holder > where? (Tweakmeister)

you can also use a pin punch to hold the cams in place when both cams are at tdc on cyl 1.
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I use a coil over wrench to hold the cam gear. Works perfect.
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Default Re: Cam Gear holder > where? (hybrid_KJ)

There is a new company that is making a cam gear holder that is pretty nice...
They are just finalizing the packaging material and will release the product soon.

We'll have them available on the site.. soon so you can check em out.
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http://www.goodson.com/New_Prod_03/CLHA-KIT.html
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Wow! $260 is a little pricey! Nice tool though.
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Thanks for all the replies guys. Click the image to open in full size.

http://www.powerhouseproducts....SHAFT

Looks decent. I may just impact everything off, but I still like the idea of a lock.
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Default Re: Cam Gear holder > where? (Tweakmeister)

yes please wait on the new product that will be released for the DOHC gears.. its real nice. i'll have pics soon.
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The blue one is made by Lisle. It's universal so the fit won't be as good as the fixed units. But it works.

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