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Exactly what I was pondering when I got ready to time my cams on my 3.2. What you end up doing is getting the cams timed, put the dowel in the hole where it will slide all the way in (only one of the holes completely lines up) snug up the bolt, but don't torque it down, then recheck the timing. Repeat as needed. When you think you have everything perfectly timed, torque down the bolt and recheck. The tool will fit in the outer sprocket holes even with the washer installed.
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