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Old 23 April 2016, 09:05   #41
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Hi Western, the timing belt doesn't seem to be an issue. The driven timing pulley is what breaks. I have asked around and the parts guys say they don't sell that many, so maybe it is just an occasional failure.

Answering my own question...the timing mark on the flywheel IS in line with the keyway.
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Well I'm going to be ordering one of these tomorrow. Still produce them at 130. None in stock but will be producing a few while mine is getting made.
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The makeshift repair prior to me ordering the engineered one. Apparently the plastic had worn and the pulley dropped, chucking off the belt. Not going to use the temp set up, this was merely to test the engine.
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