I'm in the process of getting my 47 cub running. Original engine is stuck. It's 6V with mag. I've swapped the engine out. New engine is 12V. I plan on taking mag off stuck engine and using it. I've never used a mag before. Anything I should be aware of when I remove it from the stuck engine? I will rotate good engine to TDC on #1 before removing distributor. Stuck engine won't be TDC when I remove mag. What position should I rotate mag to before installing? Any and all advice is appreciated
thomas , if you need some hands on help, i can head up there one weekend. i have two mag cubs and have been very happy with them. they are hand crank cubs ( thanks to rick spivey) . jim and bill have got you headed in the right direction. coppersmythe............................................just dont turn the mag by hand in the normal direction, rick feels like it can damage the coil if done too much
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Eugene wrote:Opinion. Since the swapped engine still has the distributor installed, I would get the engine running in good order before changing to the magneto. Probably save a whole lot of frustration.
Now Eugene I hadn't even considered that. That's a right good idea. See what can happen when you ask for advice even though you already think you know what you're doing?
Boss Hog wrote:Mags are like snow I love them as long as someone else has em
I like lots of snow and I can handle all the mags I can lay my hands on afford-ably
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