Well I decided this last week the time had come to replace the timing belt on this. I sold my travel trailer I rarely used anymore, the driveway is completely cleared out. So I bought one of those pop up tents for shade and got to work. I had hoped that I would not have to pull the radiator but that suborn bolt in the dampener changed my mind. I have tried the bump trick, stalled the starter, locked down the trans/4 wheel drive and still moved the truck. I used an small impact, didn't work. Got a bigger impact, nope that didn't work either. My next step was to get a 3/4 impact gun but I really don't want to hurt the internals. Don't know if it would but I really don't want to chance it. So I have spent a better part of the afternoon researching and have read through Squatch's threads and think I will try his approach next. We are in year end at work so I may not get to it until the weekend but it is on top of my agenda. that and trying to get the AC going in the Trooper.
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