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Set timing on what??? I'll give you a generic answer pertaining to engines: Cam & crankshafts carry a index marks on them. Cam gear is indexed to a mark on the cylinder head, crankshaft indexed to "0" degrees on main damper pulley/timing mark on cover scale.Or, they are indexed to each other, example: Chevy smallblocks : cam gear indexes straight down to crank gear@straight up position (which is also, "0" when checked on timing index pad on cover) This info can be found in any general repair manual. A more complex way to establish positions is with dial indicators and a degree wheel, but in most cases this is unnecessary!
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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