I have a 1946 A I'm trying to get the cam out of. The guy who owned it before me was running a cordwood saw when he said it just shut off. I'm not sure what happened but the bolts that bolt to the cam gear all broke so the cam wasn't turning. I've been following the I&T manual but it's not very specific. I removed the left side cam bearing according to the manual but it seems I dont have enough room to get the gear off the cam as the peice it bolts into is hitting the crankcase casting. What side is the cam supposed to come out of and what am I doing wrong? If anyone's done this job before your insight is greatly appreciated!