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Yanmar YSB12 Connecting Rod Orientation?

Help!

Putting back together a Yanmar YSB12 and so far everything has progessed as planned. However when I removed the piston and connecting rod I did not observe if the hole at the wrist pin (through connecting rod) was oriented up or down (cylinder is horizontal). This is the lubrication hole...lubricates the wrist pin.

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