Re: Sachs 505/1D Timing Marks Not Lining Up

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it's not uncommon for the sachs to slip timing, the woodruff key or the keyway in the flywheel would be visibly marred. But for timing, marks dnt really matter - identify top dead and set the points from that, making your own mark.

the brown goo is usually an indicator of a leaking seal. it may not be that big of a deal, but you may want to replace that crank seal sometime soon

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