Topic: Re: Timing sight hole
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AS you say, always something new to learn, I know I can still learn something most days.
Only problem with the markings is that they are difficult to see and you do need to alter them a little higher up, this can be done. The reason that they are there,is the Z120 that they used was just a stock Engine that was also used on a lot of other machinery and the markings were visible, the Z120 in the TE20 tractor was an earlier version of the ones used in the TO20. The TE20 had been in production for a year or more before the TO20 came into production and by that time they had changed the markings. There were 48,000 engines of the earlier type and only then did they change to the later type and they used that on special order tractors until 1951 when all TE20's and TO20's stopped, when they changed to the TO30 and the TE20/85..John(UK)...email@example.com
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