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J&P Part: 4300301
Fitment Note: Fits all models timing Holes
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It does what it's supposed to do. Sort of.. Still kind of hard to read but worth the money to have it in the tool box.
Does what it's meant to.
Save your money
Perfect for timing make viewing
Works ok, thread it in until it bottoms out, then back it out about 1/2 turn. Turning all the shop lights off helps.
Nice piece, will use it today
What a great tool
What a great tool
I loved it worked great easy to see and didn't. Blind you with oil doing the old way
Works as described, better then the shorter plug style.
product fit good should not have any problem timing motors.
If you have ever gotten a face full of oil trying to time a Harley or blown an oil fog all over your wife's car and the garage you need one of these. Use a bit of white paint on the timing mark to enhance visibilty through the plug. Protect the ends when storing it. If they get scratched up too bad it makes it difficult to see through the plug.
Better then getting covered with oil, works great
Well made tool. Does the job as designed.
good product , fast shipping
Unable to see the timing mark through the plug. Waste of money.
Well made and easy to use
Works great, no oil in the face.
Great solution for poor engineering.
This works great! Used it with a digital advance timing light. Screwed it in to flywheel and then one turn out (before starting). Dot on flywheel clearly seen.
work but not as good as i hoped.but still beats getting oil on the floor and your timing light
Worked very well. Screws in as far as you need to see the timing marks clearly.
it's a timing plug.
great product, fits well
great fitment. great product. works excellent
Good plug to set the timing.
I tried every trick I could and couldn't see the mark.
I bought both the clear timing plugs, and this one works a little better I think. But really the whole set up is ridiculous; what was Harley thiniking? Make sure you clean the flywheel surface so you can see the marks, and working in a darkened space helps too. Good luck!
Good quality. Hard to see timing mark unless it's inserted almost completely against flywheel.
Excellent tool. A "must have".