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310 rn points

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Chuck MA

04-02-2014 09:14:55
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I have question on 310 round nose with autolite distributor does one screw hold the points to the bottom or two?
Thanks for your replies in advance
Chuck




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Chuck MA

04-07-2014 06:22:15
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-02-2014 09:14:55  
Joe received the plate today by 9am post office must thought it was very important package, usually mail comes after 1pm on Mondays. That was fast Thanks Chuck



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Joe (Wa)

04-07-2014 17:52:36
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-07-2014 06:22:15  
I guess that is pretty fast considering the distance. Hope it solves your problem.

Joe



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Chuck MA

04-03-2014 10:33:06
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-02-2014 09:14:55  
Joe thanks that explains whats happening, the adj screw rises and does not adj properly the peening must be wore out. can I remove the bottom plate and repair or place it?
Thanks
Chuck



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Joe (Wa)

04-03-2014 12:11:37
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-03-2014 10:33:06  
Yes, you can easily pull the plate and check it out. The odds are the adj screw shank is worn from engine vibration.

The plate in the pic below is in good shape it has less than 50 hrs on it. I changed my 310 to electronic ignition and this original plate is not used.

I have 3 tractors that take the IAD-6003 distributor all changed to electronic. I have one points distributor for a spare and don't need the plate in the pic.

You can have it, all I need is a mailing address.

Joe

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Chuck MA

04-03-2014 14:01:47
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Joe (Wa), 04-03-2014 12:11:37  
Joe thanks I would appreciate you mailing it my mailing address Chuck Szymcik 36 Liberty St
Otter River MA 01436
Really appreciate your efforts and info thanks
Chuck



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Joe (Wa)

04-04-2014 16:50:43
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-03-2014 14:01:47  
OK the plate is in the mail to the address you posted. Postmaster couldn't find your address, said it would probably end up at the post office in Baldwinville.

If you don't get it sometime next week, let me know.

Joe



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Chuck MA

04-05-2014 14:35:18
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Joe (Wa), 04-04-2014 16:50:43  
Joe Baldwinville is correct post office sorry I forgot the zip
Chuck



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Joe (Wa)

04-02-2014 16:30:57
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-02-2014 09:14:55  

The adjusting screw does not tighten, it is free turning as you can see it is swaged (flared) on the bottom end like a hollow shank rivet.

To set the points, get a rough gap on the shy side of 0.020" and snug down the locking screw just enough to hold it. Turn the adjusting screw in the direction to widen the gap out to 0.020" and tighten down the locking screw.

The adjustment screw head is now up against the stationary arm. This helps prevent the arm from working loose under the locking screw as the points make & break.

If you need the plate in the pic, send me an e:mail with a mailing address and I will get it off to you sometime in the next few daysjlb323AThughes.net

Joe

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Chuck MA

04-02-2014 13:20:32
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-02-2014 09:14:55  
Joe thanks the reply I seem to having trouble with securing the adjusting screw are the special screws or available at a good hardware store?



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Joe (Wa)

04-02-2014 14:56:20
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-02-2014 13:20:32  
No Chuck, it is not really a screw. It is just a rotating screw type head that is swaged on the other side of the plate (underneath). It is not meant to be a separate, replaceable part of the plate.

I'll get back to you tonight or tomorrow with some pics. I most likely have a complete plate I can give you. If I have one it will be out of the Autolite IAD-6003 series dist, factory for 300's

Joe

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Joe (Wa)

04-02-2014 11:40:01
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Chuck MA, 04-02-2014 09:14:55  
One hold down and one adjustment screw.

Joe



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Joe (Wa)

04-02-2014 11:47:49
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 Re: 310 rn points in reply to Joe (Wa), 04-02-2014 11:40:01  

Forgot the pic, CRS.

Joe



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