The damper should have three sets of timing marks, one of which should align with your pointer. To check this, rotate the crank until the keyway is straight up in the 12 o'clock position. Align the damper keyway with the key in the crank and observe which set of timing marks on the damper lines up with your pointer. Once you have determined which marks suit your engine, highlight the degree mark for your initial timing setting (or full advance setting if you power time your engine) with paint or grease pencil. White or yellow will show up best.
Answered by Mathew H. from Troy | 1 Comments 0 0
This harmonic balance kit already comes with the needed spacer for it to work properly on the 82-95 5.0L. No additional spacers should be needed for your application.
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
Hey I just purchased this and am wondering if I have to move the counterweight into a specific spot or is it already in the right place? Also if you can't tell me how much longer bolts I need would you know exactly what size, length bolts I need
Asked by cody p. from Palm City | Comment 0 0
You do not need to move the counterweight, it is already set up and ready to install. As for the bolts, I cannot remember the size, but I had to use bolts that were 1/4 inch longer than the bolts that came with the underdrive pulley kit that I used.
Answered by Steven K. from Phoenix | Comment 0 0
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