So is there a source to get some timing tape, to stick on the crankshaft pulley, to figure out about where 22 degrees is, or just go about half way between the two marks that are on their with a white marker ?
Re: Timing tape in reply to FastFarmall, 06-13-2018 20:42:13
Mark 180 (half way around) on the pulley starting at TDC . Divide that in half (90 degrees) divide that in half 45 degrees. Divide that in half 22.5 degrees. Or measure around the pulley with a cloth tape. Divide that number by .125. (22.5 degrees) Jim
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