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Guessing, I don't understand the problem.I am putting the distributor on , the drive shaft came out , How do you put it back to be sure it is timed correctly.
NO. Not pinned. You need to seperate the distributor from the distributor drive housing. Install the part pictured above, then the distributor drive housing.Phillip W. Lenke wrote:
The part is out of the drive end of the Distributor. should it have been pinned in? , this is how I pulled it off the H , before restoration . SO ,this is on the PO.Thanks Phil
I will not repeat what I said the first time I dropped one out of a distributor. I had always worked on magnetos and was working on neighbors distributor. Nearly had a heart attackBigdog wrote:To answer your other question - no - that shaft is not pinned in. I'd hate to count the number of times I've dropped one out of the distributor.
You need to follow my suggestion on installing the parts. One tooth off equals 10 degrees.klyant wrote:I would think if you get the tractor on TDC on no. 1 cylinder, then point the rotor to the no. 1 tower on the dist cap. then put the shaft back in so it matches up with the slot in the drive.
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