Lockedrhino timing marks

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2010/08/24 21:51:37 (permalink)

rhino timing marks

anyone know which mark to use on a rhino 660? there are 3, the manual is worthless on this. 2 closer together then 1 lower kinda "by itself"       / * /   /       looks somewhat like this. a friend called me and asked if i could find out, he cant remember which one to use. he said he thinks he is supposed to use the bottom one, that the first two were for some kinda of ignition somethin or other. does this sound right? we used the first one tonight, it sounds like its one tooth too high but id like to make sure before we just try somethin else. thnks guys
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    Re:rhino timing marks 2010/08/24 22:19:33 (permalink)
    The one by itself is Top Dead Center, the one you should use. The others are for checking the ignition timing.

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    Re:rhino timing marks 2010/08/24 22:24:38 (permalink)
    the single x2, make sure the dots on the cam are facing straight up in the center of the cam.... and to where all the lobes are facing down, if that makes any sense to ya??? lol
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    Re:rhino timing marks 2010/08/25 22:03:39 (permalink)
    i certainly appreciate the help fellows. like i said, wed done it before but he couldnt remember which mark to use. wrot eit on the shop wall this time ha ha shouldnt be a problem again. i didnt have a chance to check HL today before i went there so we used a screwdriver through the plug hole.....tried but true and cant lie. but the bottom mark was definatly correct.. thanks again fellows
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