[Healeys] BN1 main bearing cap tool

John Harper ah100register at gmail.com
Sun Jun 3 11:10:39 MDT 2018


Another way is to have the engine inverted then lift the crank a little one
end at a time. With two around this is easier. To start the caps moving
just a careful tap upwards with a hammer whilst the second person is
continuing a lifting action. Once the crank starts to move; lifting each
end in turn will raise the caps until they can be removed by hand.

Best regards

On 3 June 2018 at 15:30, Wayne <waschu2 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>                    My friend broke the crankshaft in his 100-4. We are
> pulling the engine tomorrow to inspect for damage to the block.  Does
> anyone know the size and threads in the main bearing caps? I made a tool
> years ago  but I  lent it out and never got it back. If I remember
> correctly the center cap has a different size hole  then the front and rear
> caps. Thanks
> Wayne
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Best wishes

John Harper

AHC UK 100 Register Secretary
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