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Andrew Klein

2006 yamaha bruin 350 timing marks

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Need some help please. I am trying to set timing on 4x4 350 bruin 2006. My brother and I disagree on which ones to use. If anyone has a picture they could share I would greatly appreciate it

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The “I” mark should line up with a tab at the top of the head at 12 o’clock.  

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