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# 1 cylinder position

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Topic: # 1 cylinder position
Posted By: FREEDGUY
Subject: # 1 cylinder position
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2018 at 6:08pm
I apologize for what I am sure is a dumb question, but what is the # 1 cylinder in a straight 6 gas engine ? I want to say it is the "hole" closest to the radiator? In the process of a tuneup and we want to throw a timing light on it while we have a "guy" helping. His expertise is I/H and is 99% sure I am correct but I just want to verify. We have an OP manual and an IT brand service manual,so i "assume" between the 2 we should have the timing specs? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.



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Posted By: CrestonM
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2018 at 6:11pm
Correct! #1 is always at the front of the engine. 

Now that I think about it...the G Allis tends to trip people up sometimes since the engine is in backward. 


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Posted By: SteveM C/IL
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2018 at 6:11pm
correct on # 1 at least for Amrican gassers


Posted By: im4racin
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2018 at 6:27pm
Not all are the one closest to the front. I know the deutz are numbered from flywheel and I think e g is too. Not positive on the g though


Posted By: wfmurray
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2018 at 8:10pm
In trade school they said cyl  and rotation are no from front of vechiele and all other parts from driver seat .Most  engines are right handed are clock wise  rotation.Boy said that had ditigal watch , what is clockwise!


Posted By: MACK
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2018 at 9:07pm
Most air cooled # from fly wheel.      MACK


Posted By: Gerald J.
Date Posted: 09 Apr 2018 at 9:51pm
Timing should be in the op manual. IT manual skips most common stuff and isn't worth the scrap paper its printed on. Look for a real shop manual it will be as much a 200 times as thick. http://www.grandpastractor.com" rel="nofollow - http://www.grandpastractor.com 
is a good place to look.

Gerald J.



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