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Timing mark

(1996 Suzuki X-90)
in Locke, NY on September 05, 2010
there are two timing marks on the top sprocket at the cam. which one is for the timing?
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on September 05, 2010
There is also a mark on one of the legs of the cam sprocket, that should help. Also, make sure that the 2 cam lobes for #1 cylinder are pointing up as vertically as possible. If you use all of these indicators you should be able to align the belt with the TDC mark of the Crankshaft.
If not, then here is a link to a repair manual site that will have a picture:

http://bit.ly/mitchell_repair_manuals_online
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