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Old 07-15-2011, 01:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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timing for warrior 350

anyone know where the timing marks are on a a 98 yamaha warrior im tearing it down and just in case it slips off the sprocket while im rebuilding it before i get my bottom sprocket marked i see the marks on the flywheel but none on the case or is it in line with the ones on the top of the head?
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When you take the timing plug out of the left crankcase cover, look down into the threaded hole and you will see a line cut down through the threads that the plug screwed into. This is the line that you align the "T" mark with.

There's a mark on top of the head to align the cam sprocket with.
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ok cant get much easier than that thanks
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