Or am I on the wrong TDC stroke?
Going by the picture, can you tell if its skipped any gears?
Nope, turn the crank another 360 degrees. You want the lobes pointing at 10 and 2
Ok, so its not the correct TDC position, but from those pictures, can you tell if its skipped any teeth?
Put it on the right stroke and retake the picture for an accurate answer.
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Yep thats what you want the cams to like ....
Yep, that's how it's supposed to be and you haven't skipped any teeth
Thats just an example o'l mate put up to show the op how his cams should appear.....
Just rotate and find out
hey, next time you're doing valves/whatever and about to take the valve cover off, wrap the frame with a garbage bag. it will prevent those unseen bits of mud/grass/sand from falling into the open engine.
nice, you have a kicker, when you get done with the maintenance, tell us about it, aight ?
Seems the chain is worn, there's a difference in the sprocket angles. If it's still serviceable don't know.
Rotate the motor in anormal forward direction, with the ACCT in and set, or the MCCT in and set.. bring the flywheel timing line to the center of the window.
Take a clear, focused picture from the cam sprocket side.. take it level with the center line of the cams... ensure we can see the cam gear marks of both cams and the valve cover surface of the head.
Take a second picture from the opposite side.
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