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Unread 05-16-2009, 11:29 AM   #1
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64 chain timing set up

workin on a 98 grand. it's got 64 chain teeth and I don't have a book for it. how many pins should i be counting and is the procedure for counting the pins the same for the 48 pin chains? spin it so the cam line is at 1 oclock and crank at 3? took me a while to realize i was counting 20 pins, i'm used to doing the 48 pin chains.... figure my embarrasment.

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