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Installing Timing Belt

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while putting in the timing belt this weekend, I found it was impossible to with all the marks aligned and slip the always endup that the crank marks being one tooth off.

Is that some wrong I have done? ( I "solved" the problem by offset the crank position by one tooth...and everything seems to check out that way....but it is just plain weird.)

I also didn't have time to put everything together yet to do some test run...I removed the plenum to get to the spark, what a design....

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