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03-27-2014 13:00:42

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Ha!! Agreed on the rope. I took these pics today to show the timing marks. I put some white stuff on the crank gear to show where the tining mark is but the mark shows up well. You see the O on the cam gear. These two marks don't match up exactly but as close as I can get them. You can see the cam gear marks on a tooth and the crank gear marks on a tooth. These marks can never match exactly. Is it possible I have the wrong crank gear? that's the one I replaced.

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03-27-2014 15:57:36

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 Re: Help in reply to dkr, 03-27-2014 13:00:42  

36 tooth crank gear 72 tooth cam gear. Timing mark 180 degrees from 0 mark on cam gear.

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03-27-2014 18:05:52

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 Re: Help in reply to molinepuller55, 03-27-2014 15:57:36  
Crap, so I possibly have it 180* out. That O was the only mark we could find on the cam gear. I'll check it again tomorrow. Thanks.

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03-27-2014 15:32:24

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 Re: Help in reply to dkr, 03-27-2014 13:00:42  
i was told that there should be a line back from the zero and that should be lined up with the line on the crank gear. also the gear needs to be a 36 tooth on the crank and a 72 tooth on the cam. try this and see if it helps

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