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I need the specifications for the harmonic balancer!!!! can you help me

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THERE AINT ONE ITS INTERNAL BALENCED

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Greetings!
Further to Tinkertoys1's note...

Yes, the harmonic balancer is manufactured to only fit on one way.
Now, knowing this, the harmonic balancer has a timing mark set into the outside area of the balancer.

Cheers, Jay

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