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Old 05-14-2020, 08:51 PM
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Barneyrb
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Shouldn't need to be timed again. When I've had a flywheel key shear I'd take some valve lapping compound on the shaft, rotate the flywheel with putting pressure down on it, clean everything well, install new key, and the reinstall flywheel and torque nut to specs. By lapping the flywheel down (after it's spun) it will seat better.