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Below is a view showing how to take a crankshaft end-float measurement while using a magnetic dial gage. The dial gage tip (see Fig. No. 4) is placed against the face of the crankshaft pulley, and the magnetic holder (see Fig. No. 2) is securely attached to the engine block so that it will not move.
Gently but firmly force the crankshaft toward the rear of the car. Adjust the dial gage to zero. Without disturbing the dial gage, get into the car and press the clutch to the floor. This will force the crankshaft in the opposite direction, toward the front of the car. Look at the dial gage to determine how much the crankshaft has moved, and write down the number. Perform this proceedure two or more times for good measure.
Triumph TR6 Crankshaft End-Float Measurement