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    timing question

    would you say that this is one tooth off on the timing. also do you tighten the cam bolts after you tighten the tensioner .
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    Any one

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    Yes the tensiner must be installed

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    so does it look like i am one tooth off with the cam lock in place in the pic

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    You must put the gear on but not tighten the bolts,then put tensioner in.
    If you have crank and cam locked, you can't be a tooth off.
    Your timing will be ok,but that doesn't mean your marks on the gear will be aligned.

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