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SBC rollerlink timing chain

Hello, I need some help, I bought a Napa roller timing set for my 350 sbc

This is the crank gear that has three keyways to line up the cam timing @ std. or 4 deg. before or 4 deg. after TDC. I have new chain and gears but I trashed the package that it came in. The THREE keyway slots are as follows #1 Round on top edge of key. #2 Pointed at top and, #3 Flat at the top edge. I think the round is the factory type setting. Any help?


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You're right, "O" is factory or straight up...the triangle shape is 4 deg. adv....and the flat or square is 4 deg ret.
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