Hey guys, I have a 02 Explorer with the 4.6 (Romeo) motor. It has a right timing chain noise. Either the tensioner or guide either way Im going to replace everything. I see that theres a little opening in the timing cover from where the chain has been hitting it. I've done some research from the forum, autozone's manual, alldata, and youtube. I feel 80% confident to do this job. By no means am I an experienced mechanic but I can turn a tool or 2. I've gotten my hands dirty for a couple of big jobs on my old cars alone and with help from my buddy.(Motor swaps,HG job, ect) This would be the first major job I will do alone (but with my buddy on standby for advice). I already have the radiator/consensor moved out of the way Questions: I ordered a timing kit with water pump. Should be here next week. Should I order the valve cover gaskets? I know I need to order the timing cover gaskets as they are unusable. How can I hold the cams and crank without the OTC holding kit? I really dont want to buy the kit for 100 bucks to use only once fior this job. Money's tight right now. Moving out of state next month! Can I reuse the crank pulley bolt once its taken off? (Going to use a breaker bar/motor crank trick) I know the motor should be at TDC if I remove the chain. Never done this before; but from what I know so far is that the copper link of the chain around th smaller sprocket where the crank is should be at the 6 o'clock position. Correct me if im wrong. I'm still learning, forgive me lol Feel free to chime in with any tips. Im not afraid to tackle this job. This is just the beginning!!! Thanks!