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Old September 2nd, 2015, 08:03 PM
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Default romeo 4.6 timing chain issue

I have just done a head gasket valve job on a 1997 f150 romeo engine and
have a question concerning re-installing the timing chains.With the marked links on left and right banks sitting exactly on each crank sprocket and
also on the cam shafts timing marks when the passenger side cam mark is at
90% to the head, the drivers side cam timing mark is approximately
20-30% to the left of 90% on the drivers side.I did not remove the cam sprockets at all.My question is, is this the normal orientation.I would appreciate any response.
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have any luck with finding the answer you needed for your timing chain?

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