As the guides are a out there will be a lot of slack in the timing chain, enough for it to come loose from the bottom sprocket..?
Not true, I've done it with the Halfords 1/2 inch. You have to jam the wobble bar and socket on 1st then attach the ratchet. It actually works pretty well.A 3/8inch socket set with a wobble bar will do it if you move the hose clips on the heat exchanger hoses a bit, all attempts with a 1/2inch set are futile. You may have some success working blind from the top of the engine bay with a big spanner but access is a bit shit
You have a link for that flexi head? With what Wobble Extension?I go from the top with my long handled flexi head snap on 3/8 with a short wobble extension and normal socket.
I always put the socket and extension on the bolt first then put my ratchet on.
I think the flexi head is quite useful and makes it slightly easie.
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This is Web images of the tools I use to do it mate I come from the top and put it back from the top seems to be easier to me.You have a link for that flexi head? With what Wobble Extension?
One of my issues last night was even if I could get it on there, I couldn't seem to get the leverage to break the bolt free, and I couldn't find anything close to wrench to use as a leaver/breaker bar. Bolt is on there super tight! From the top is this easier?
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