Does the Crowfoot need to be flush with Dampner? Balancer removal
Looking at the manual it doesnt appear that the crowfoot is flush at all. Looking at a video online, ASE certified guy on a 9 min video, he has it flush. Just wondering because I ran into an issue where the bolts that came in the Kit from advance didnt work. Good thing I had some for which we replaced my horn few yrs ago. I had ended up then getting bolts cause I borrowed the tool kit from advance at that time too. The bolts I have fit but they are about an inch too long for it to be able to fit flush against the crowfoot and fitting the foot flush to the balancer. I found a few that were an inch shorter and they were much better but wasnt flush. It had maybe 1/4 - 1/2 inch of space because the bolts have about an inch of non threads from the head of the bolt.
Just wondering which way I need to go about doing this thing. If i have to i will just get bolts same size but just threaded all the way.
95 v6 converted GT/Saleen. Ed per RPM 2, Special custom grind cam courtesy of Shaun Harrelson, TF Heads, 24 lb inj, 75 MM MA, 70 TB, Mac Shorties, Basani X, 2 cha flows. Tuned in 2014 with Chris Tuton