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Re: Mechanical advance springs needed

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Joe (Wa)

02-17-2013 18:35:26

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For whatever it is worth not all IAD 6003 distributors used the same springs. That is the only difference, all other parts are the same.

Two eggs amples:

IAD 6003 2J for 300-300B 148 cid engines used spring p/n IGB-252S.

IAD 6003 2F for VA 124 cid & 400B 148 cid engines used spring p/n IGC118BS.

Obviously there is going to be some difference in the advance curve. I have used the distributors interchangeable on my 300's and VAC. I don't notice any performance difference but my tractors are lightly loaded put putters.


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02-18-2013 11:45:54

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 Re: Mechanical advance springs needed in reply to Joe (Wa), 02-17-2013 18:35:26  
Thanks Joe, mine is a IAD-6003-1B

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02-18-2013 19:39:26

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 Re: Mechanical advance springs needed in reply to Dodgeit, 02-18-2013 11:45:54  
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Tim, I dropped you an email.
Advance auto and most auto stores have a weight and cam kit for the Delco old style distributors. It comes with a selection of springs that you could mix and match to get the advance you need.

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