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    Anyone here made up a Comprehensive Engine builder check sheet they would care to share ? Thanks Tom

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    I have this one on a Word document ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang View Post
    I have this one on a Word document ?
    Thanks Wiz I have something similar printed years back , with constant distractions (phones etc) Im working on a simple check list so I don't constantly find my self rechecking my work , torques, clearances etc

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    Tom a paint pen mark on each bolt as you torque it and a mark on the main or rod cap as you check clearances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    Tom a paint pen mark on each bolt as you torque it and a mark on the main or rod cap as you check clearances.
    I use the paint pen when final assembling a v-drive!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    Tom a paint pen mark on each bolt as you torque it and a mark on the main or rod cap as you check clearances.
    X2 i get called away from things so much ive always just paint marked what ive done so its easy to go back too.

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    Yeah Tom, use the same thing you mark your pumps with!

    WhiteOut pen works too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infomaniac View Post
    Tom a paint pen mark on each bolt as you torque it and a mark on the main or rod cap as you check clearances.
    Quote Originally Posted by steveo143 View Post
    I use the paint pen when final assembling a v-drive!
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    X2 i get called away from things so much ive always just paint marked what ive done so its easy to go back too.
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    Yeah Tom, use the same thing you mark your pumps with!

    WhiteOut pen works too.

    Thanks For all the input , Andy thats anti tamper laquer btw , When we build anything as with lots of folks theres continual interuptions and distractions (phones , vistors etc) I'm the kind of guy that wakes up in the middle of the night to worry bout if I turned off the compressor when I left at night, since this questiu=in Rhondas been helping with a check sheet That we'll print and use with those jobs rather than commit to memory , I'll share it here when done , nothing worse than buttoning up a oil pan and wondering a 3 am if I torqued the oil pump fastener

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