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Cam timing after teardown


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Old 01-17-2009, 03:28:59 AM
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Default Cam timing after teardown

model-326431
type-0319-01
Code-7304021
i did a ring and valve job but left the cam in now can i get the timing right without taking the cam out? and if so how?
thanks for any help
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Default Re: cam time

Just make sure the dimple on the cam gear is lined up with the dimple on the crank gear.
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Default Re: Cam timing after teardown

Did you remove the crank when you did the ring and valve job?

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Default Re: Cam timing after teardown

Did ya get it?There should be mark's on the crank and gear to line up.Waiting for the call when that thing is up and running!!
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