|Crankshaft removed but upper shells still in place.|
|Camwheel notch nut removed with a 'C' spanner and then tool R2963 seen in action.|
There is a shim washer mounted behind the camwheel. In this shot it is held in place by the woodruff key. Interestingly, there are two key slots, 180 degrees apart, but only one key and one slot in the camwheel.
Note the oil grooves in the phosphor bronze bearing - where is the oil supposed to come from?
|The inside of front bush block, supporting the camshaft, as shown in the picture above. Just undo the 3 nuts and it slides off.|