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I changed the cam and lifters on my 68 f250 w/390 but had to stop before completing the job.
I have the cam and lifters installed, intake manifold on and the timing chain,gear and cover on.
But now I am a complete loss. I can't find the timing pointer or its mount screw.
I think my pup may have taken some of my parts.
I am afraid to go any further, I have a true memory block, I had a stroke a few years ago that affects my memory at times.
I have a 72 with a 360, but it looks different.
Antone have pictures of what should go on next and how to make sure the front oil seal is right?
I would gladly pay someone in the area for help.
Crooked River Ranch
We have a couple of guys here who are real good on FE blocks, they will be here soon to help.
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