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Re: Farmall engine C-263 distributor

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pete 23

02-09-2013 12:02:10

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The dist is not delco remy, IH had their own. Far as differet size springs that is very common to aquire a particuar advance curve. Like Vet says, good luck with bushing etc. IH does finally have a bushing available for the older four cyl IH distributor. Never did in the 40 years I worked at a dealer but do now. I put one in a couple years ago on a 400. You can always alter a distributor from a 706 if you have the moxy to do so. Increase the advance from 22 , or 25 , depending on age of 706 and make it into a 30 degree for a 560 if that is the model you have. Fortunatly, the busings , weights and pivot pins don't usually wear out as bad on those six bangers as they do on the four cyl engines.

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Elder Al

02-13-2013 17:24:47

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 Re: Farmall engine C-263 distributor in reply to pete 23, 02-09-2013 12:02:10  
Thanks for the info. I"ll see what i can pick up salvage. u are rite, it is a 560. i pulled the dist out of my 656 and stuck in just to verify problem and it runs better than ever. I may try milling my own bushings---that should be a challenge.

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