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Re: Timing sight hole


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Posted by PackardV8 on October 30, 2012 at 10:31:22 from (205.188.116.19):

In Reply to: Timing sight hole posted by HillsOfTN on October 30, 2012 at 04:27:26:

From a post from above Richard L recommended viewing:

http://www.ytmag.com/cgi-bin/viewit.cgi?bd=ferg&th=1068

***EDIT: fixed following statement to reflect correct screen name as just "John". ****

Here is a very useful quote made by John from that thread for all TE owners:

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* Ignition Timing Marks:* Quoting from a book by Tracprez: -

Continental engines (TE20) before tractor serial 36152 have a line on the

crankshaft pulley, which lines up with a mark on the timing gear cover, at

TDC.

If there is no mark on crankshaft pulley, remove the starter motor and find

two punch marks on flywheel housing in starter orifice, these will mate

with 2 marks on flywheel at TDC. After s/n 36151 there is a flywheel inspection

cover on the ignition side of the engine, when cover is removed a TDC mark

and single degree line can be lined up against a pointer exposed in the

inspection hole; note inlet valve opens, ie tappet clearance is taken up, at

TDC.

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This post was edited by PackardV8 at 12:32:44 10/30/12.



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