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D5 Euro 4 Cam Pin Dimensions

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Old Feb 23rd, 2021, 00:13   #1
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Default D5 Euro 4 Cam Pin Dimensions

I understand that a Haynes manual has the pin dimensions in it but I can't seem to find them.

Can anyone help with the dimensions for the two pins so I can have some made by a pal? I'd be happy to pass them on to another needy soul ...
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2002 Black & Brown V70 P2 D5 163 Manual

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Old Feb 23rd, 2021, 11:53   #2

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I don't know if my pics will show up so the crank tool is- 70mm long @ 25mm diameter- then steps down to- 15mm diameter for a length of 33mm, then steps down again to 11mm diameter for a length of 15mm.The camshaft tool is- at least 50mm long @ 12mm diameter-[can be 100mm if you want just to get a grip on it] then steps down to- 10.5mm diameter for a length of 10mm Just a footnote-you may have to fettle the 10.5mm diameter of the cam tool as i had couldn't get mine in and had to take it down to-10.47 to fit -[maybe Haynes don't like doing point somethings, anyway like i already told you a haynes manual isn't going to break the bank if you want to do repairs of this nature you need at least some basic info, otherwise you will find it very tedious asking what torque is this and that - then waiting 2 days for a reply.
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