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Timing belt where are the timing marks when lined up? top pulley, top or bottom. Bottom pulley, Top or bottom?

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Align sprockets as shown below. As you put the belt on, it should be tight on the right side for proper timing with the gears in these positions. Make sure it stays on both pulleys as you release the tensioner onto the belt.

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