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192 timing marks ?

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04-24-2019 18:06:36

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Im installing a rebuilt crank into my 192 3 cylinder , I have the timing gear cover off and and Im not sure how to set the gears .....is there a diagram where where it shows all the marks on the gears and where they are for tdc on # 1 ? thanks

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Destroked 450

04-24-2019 20:24:50

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 Re: 192 timing marks ? in reply to marlin54, 04-24-2019 18:06:36  
With the cranks key way pointed straight up the timing mark on the gear will be at around 11:00 position, this is #1 top dead center.

Turn the cam gear till the timing mark is pointed toward the mounting hole of the idler gear.

The idler gear has 3 marks, when properly installed the marks will align with the crank, cam and inj pump gear timing marks.

My CAV pump gear only has one mark.

Some of the engines with SIMs pumps had the 3-4 marks on the pump gear.

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Shaun Wallace

04-24-2019 18:14:21

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 Re: 192 timing marks ? in reply to marlin54, 04-24-2019 18:06:36  
Remove idler gear then turn crank,camshaft and pump/dist gear to where they line up with marks on idler gear. Make sure to use 3 not 4 if marked on pump gear. The marks line up every 33 turns of crank.

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04-24-2019 18:55:34

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 Re: 192 timing marks ? in reply to Shaun Wallace, 04-24-2019 18:14:21  
3 or 4 ? not sure what you mean ?

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04-24-2019 19:14:12

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 Re: 192 timing marks ? in reply to marlin54, 04-24-2019 18:55:34  
gear used on both 3 and 4 cylinder engines, so your 192ci would use #3

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