Hi again fellows!
The new tank is on it's way, will be here in 2-3 days time
Fired her up yesterday after more than one month of sitting and she was running smoooooth.
A lot of oil on the ground dripping from the camshaft seals thought, but this is going to be fixed also when the new tank comes. Talking about camshaft seals, I think I should replace the front ones too as there got really wet also.
To do the front ones you need to take of the pulleys right...how tricky is this and what should I keep in mind for not doing any mistake and any damage?
I should put the engine on the timing marks right? Than loosen the belts and take them off. Than loosen the pulleys and take them off. Than I can remove the seals and install the new ones. Do the pulleys go back just in one direction or it can seat in different positions and can lead to mistakes. So there is there any clip or hole or something that drives the pulley back to the shaft in the right and only position that the pulley should be seating.
I'm really undecided if I should do this myself, but the problem is I don't trust anybody here to work on my 33 heads. Most of the mechanics here have never seen a 33 or have just heard about them in the past. Last time I needed to do a head gasket, I had to tow my 33 and service it 50 km away from my city, to some guy that had worked as a mechanic in Italy. He was the only one who said -''bring your 33 here and I can do it, I know those cars very well''....and actually it was true, he did it and car is fine after 2 years and half.
That guy isn't working anymore and closed his garage so there isn't anymore someone that I can leave my 33 without worrying about it
Any help would be really appreciated.