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How do I recognize the timing mark for zero before top dead centr

There are 30 marks for the timing on the flywheel which one is tdc?

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Easiest way to get mark is to take out number 1 plug an bring up number 1 piston to tdc put screwdriver in plug hole an bring up piston by hand until driver stops coming up then chalk up the mark

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