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How many teeth are there on the timing belt from one timing mark to the other on a 2000 subura forester. or from the cam sproket to the crank and to the other cam sproket.

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On EJ 25 motor teeth count is as follows. From crank shaft mark to intake on drivers side is 51 T, 28 T to exhaust. From crank to passenger side Intake is 54.5 T then 28 T down to exhaust. Hope this helps and have a great day.

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