Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Upgrade 4-DVD Set + FREE Loctite Stick

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Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Upgrade 4-DVD Set

Harley-Davidson ® chain tensioner shoe replacement is a common project on Twin Cams from 1999 through 2006 (except for the 2006 Dyna). The Harley Twin Cam is a great engine but the cam chain tensioner shoes on the early models can be an issue. They may require replacement. Inspection can be as easy as removing the Harley cam cover and taking a look at the front cam tensioner to look for wear. You have several options and we will show stock replacement and upgrade to hydraulic. This is a great set of instruction to have in your shop. 352 minutes.

Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Upgrade, Part 1 – 86 minutes

Chapter Topics:

  • Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Inspection
  • Pushrod Removal
  • Lifter Blocks, Lifters and Cam Cover Removal
  • Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Upgrade, Part 2 – 95 minutes

    Chapter Topics:

  • Release the Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe
  • Remove Cam Gear Bolts, Gears and Chain
  • Cam Support Plate, Oil Pump and Cam Shaft Removal
  • Oil Pump Service
  • Cam Chain Tensioner Shoes and Cam Bearings Removal
  • Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Upgrade, Part 3 – 94 minutes

    Chapter Topics:

  • Camshaft Replacement and Bearings
  • Hydraulic Cam Plate, Oil Pump, Tensioner Shoes
  • Crankshaft Runout Measurement
  • Twin Cam Oil Pump Installation
  • Cam Chain Tensioner Shoe Upgrade, Part 4 – 77 minutes

    DVD Features:

  • Hydraulic Cam Support Plate Install
  • Lifter Block Install
  • Hydraulic Cam Chain Tensioner, Cam Gears and Chain Install
  • Adjustable Pushrod Installation
  • Hydraulic Cam Chain Tensioner Upgrade Wrap Up
  • Polishing a Cam Chain
  • FREE Loctite Hi-Tack Gasket Dressing Stick ($7 Value)

    Formulated to work like Loctite Hi-Tack Liquids, these wax-like sticks are less messy, have a low odor, and are solvent-free. Loctite Hi-Tack sticks set up quickly to a very tacky film, to seal and hold the heaviest gaskets in place. They resist gasoline, oil, and common shop fluids. Suggested applications include valve covers, fuel pumps, carburetors, and manifold gaskets.