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35c11 timing; timing
Topic Started: Feb 4 2015, 12:34 PM (664 Views)
Giggo
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how do i time a daily 35c11 2010
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2 timing holes at the back of each cam shaft,
Timing pin cam shaft pulley
Timing pin behind a torx screw on crank.
Line them all up and it's timed.
Drill bits are easiest for the top 3 but the crank has a square cut into it
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