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    SC removal &shippment to Jerry

    Well.... I just removed my SC , THANKS Sean Coleman for the excellent "how to" posting.

    It was alot easier than I thought it would be. Maybe 30 minutes at the most for complete job.

    Hopefully UPS can get it down to Jerry without damage or loosing it.

    What do I coat the o-ring with upon reinstallation ? Also.... what about toquing the SC bolts? What is the spec and how do I calculate it if I make a extention to reach the top bolt ? Do you all know what I mean?

    Thanks,
    ---Jim---


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    anti seize on the o-rings

    That upper torx bolt....just used a 1/4 box end wrench w/ a little red loctite...till I felt secure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaRedneck View Post
    anti seize on the o-rings

    That upper torx bolt....just used a 1/4 box end wrench w/ a little red loctite...till I felt secure.
    dont go silly on those bolts, remember when you took then off they were'nt thight just nipped, put them back the same. run them up then 1/4 turn with a 4inch spanner or rench

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    Yeah...I was pretty careful...especially on the upper. That box end wrench isn't gonna let you tork the sht outa that torx head anyway...didn't want to strip it or anything.

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    torx

    My o6 didn't need the E8 socket. I only needed a 8mm socket and boxwrench. It took longer to remove the engine cover than the SC

    Jim

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    If I were you i would run down to the local hardware store and get you some stainless steel hex head bolts..It will make life alot easier pulling
    and installing the SC next time..Plus all you will need is a 8 MM socket and box wrench to take it out with..No more worrys about rounding off the head of the torx bolt


    Scott

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    glad it helped!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoman View Post
    If I were you i would run down to the local hardware store and get you some stainless steel hex head bolts..It will make life alot easier pulling
    and installing the SC next time..Plus all you will need is a 8 MM socket and box wrench to take it out with..No more worrys about rounding off the head of the torx bolt


    Scott
    Will do. Thanks for the tip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VaRedneck View Post
    anti seize on the o-rings

    That upper torx bolt....just used a 1/4 box end wrench w/ a little red loctite...till I felt secure.
    RED LOCKTITE

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    Don't know how you guys are packing your SC's for shipping, but I would wrap them in parchment paper, spray some expanding foam in the bottom of box, put the charger in, then fill the voids with more foam, the kind of spray foam you use to fill gaps in walls and such

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