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    Finding True TDC

    Using a "bump-stop" or "piston-stop tool" and degree wheel to find true TDC.



    http://www.watcon.com/Catalog_Pages/...enter_Tool.htm


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    Nice! I will be making one. Thank you

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    Printable Degree Wheel.
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