[Healeys] Adjusting valves; dog nut on crank

i erbs eyera3000 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 27 11:35:05 MDT 2018

I just rocked the car in gear to move the crank
Ira Erbs
      _______                                  _______
     (______ \____1959 BN4____/ _______)
          BT7 engine and disk brakes

1967 MGB  [image: MG]

A racing car is an animal with a thousand adjustments. Mario Andretti
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On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 10:15 AM Frank Magnusson <fmags at cox.net> wrote:

> I'm just starting adjusting the valves on myBJ8 and can't seem to find a
> wrench of the right size for the dog nut on the crankshaft.  I have a large
> crescent wrench but its too thick to get in there.  Does anybody know the
> correct size wrench to fit that nut?
> If I remember. Right, It looks like the last time I adjusted the valves, I
> used a large tapered drift to engage the dog ears on the nut, which seems
> to work fine.  Just curious what everyone else uses.
> Thanks,
> Frank
> '65 BJ 8
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