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Timing Chain...

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by ThespecialistKC, December 6, 2004.

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    1. ThespecialistKC

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      OK Gurus, here's a question. In the next week or two I will be doing the famous lower intake gasket replacement. Here's my question - while I'm at it, should I replace the timing chain? 92 xlt w/ 117k on the clock. It runs fine (except for the ping and slow fouling of plug #5) no rattles, clanks, etc etc. How much extra work is involved? I know it can be done carefully without pulling the motor, but should I bother? Awaiting your replies....... TIA

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      Come on guys.... anyone? Anyone???
      Something DOO economics.......
       

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