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Old 07-19-2009, 07:06 PM
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I have seen a lot of posts on were to align the timing marks, so when I was putting my motor back together I took some pics... One of a stock timing gear set up and one of a double roller style... Hope these help others in the future... Tom G.
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nice work Tom ! proud of ya
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Default Re: timing marks

Pics of timing mark setup is correct as long a #1 piston is at TDC. Use a dial indicator if necessary to get TDC.

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Tell me about the plate bolted on the bottom of motor were oil pan should be
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Block girdle. Really not relevant to this subject.

http://www.rjcracing.com/RJC_Buick_P...ne_girdle.html
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Sorry, I just have not seen this before, wish I had before my build, but thanks for the info.
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