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1940 B timing marks & indicator


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I believe I understand correctly that there should be a timing pin near the crankshaft pulley, but I do not have one. Can anyone tell me if I'm just not seeing it or if mine has broken off? If it is gone, where do I put the replacement? Thanks in advance for the advice and encouragement you've given so far on this board.

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Farmall A and B used timing marks on the flywheel not the front pulley. Take the plug out of the bottom of the bellhousing and turn engine over until you see the marks.

Marty,NZ

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