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|Jim Marshall||Does anyone know what the flywheel timing mark looks like on the International 1586? I need to replace the fuel pump.
I have found a mark next to one of the flywheel teeth which looks something like a "0", but its very faint. WOuld this be it?
Any assistance would be much appreciated.
|Hugh MacKay||Jim: Have you looked on the crank pulley. My memory is a bit rusty on this as it's close to 20 years since my last 66-86 tractor went down the driveway, but I think the timing marks on those were on the crank pulley.
|Jim Marshall||Thanks Hugh,
Yes they're on the crank pulley!