Hi Guys The bolt will only tell you if the motor is timed fairly right. it is still possible to get the injection pump 180 out as the bolt is on the motor side coupling.
There should be a tin plate on the pump with a lug pointing over the pump drive dog. it should have a line stamped on it. then on the pump half drive dog there should be a line too it can be hard to see if its covered in paint or crap. find the 2 marks line them up set the motor on its degrees with fly wheel numbers before top dead on no 1 compression, and install pump.
it could be the plate on the pump is missing or there are 50 marks on the pump drive dog if the monkeys have played with it in the past from what i see some times. Regards Robert
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