Hello all, I have a 1975 cl360 that I am doing a top end rebuild on. I have the head torqued down and am trying to set the cam chain to the cam shaft. I replaced the cam chain with a new one from common motor. I have lined up the horizontal lines with the cylinder head while at LT, made sure the chain is tight at the front and all slack is in the back. The tensioner and guide are in place and I have adjusted the tensioner nut many times and I can hear it move to take up the slack so I know it’s not stuck. The problem I am having is that when I kick the engine over the cam shaft will continue to rotate a few more degrees and start to put too much slack at the front of the engine. After a few kicks the slack in the chain at the front of the engine causes the lower gear to bind and stop the engine from turning. I feel like the chain is too long even though I thought the chain was sold as the correct length (92 links). With the slipper and tensioner installed I am still able to pull 7 or 8 links from the back end above the chain. Has anyone ran into this problem? Do I need to remove a few links from my cam chain to reduce the amount of slack the tensioner needs to take up? My tensioner seems to be in good shape so while I’m willing to replace it if needed I don’t feel like that’s the issue.