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#1 Adam N.D.J.

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Posted 29 November 2004 - 10:54 PM

Hey all, I jes joined the ranks of all of you. Brought home my newest addition to the family, a 92 Legacy L Wagon, with all the goodies you could get for it, sans the automatic though. This is definatly something different than all my EA series cars, but the price was right, and now I got a good road trip machine!!!
I gotta give props to Legacy777, all the pics on your site helped me get the timeing belts on right after doing the head gasket change on it, which I didn't have right, and couldn't figure out why it wouldn't start for like 3 hours, then remembered, duh, check the board, there ARE new gen guys on there. So ya, the pics helped out A LOT!! Although I do wonder, what are the big arrows on the sprockets for? I got the cam marks right, just didn't have the crank one right, the mark on the reluctor wheel was covered in gook. And those arrows had me wondering.

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Posted 30 November 2004 - 09:02 AM

Welcome for the pics.

However I really don't know why that arrow is there. It's a pretty common mistake to use that arrow instead of the mark on the back of the cam sprocket.

#3 northguy


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Posted 30 November 2004 - 09:51 AM

Welcome to this side, Adam. It is amazing the depth of knowledge on both sides of the board.

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