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Re: To-20 timing

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Dick New York

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STATIC TIMING . Determine what direction the flywheel turns , and which direction the rotor goes . Remove all plugs . Bring #1 cylinder up on compression stroke . Locate your timing mark on the flywheel . When you are at top dead center , you should have a timing mark that lines up at top dead center . ? Maybe not ? . Now back the flywheel up so that the ignition timing mark is lined up in the run position with the pointer . That done , now set the points to the proper gap , with point rubbing block on the high spot on the lobe . Install the dist. with the rotor pointing to the #1 plug post on the cap . NOW . With the timing pointer pointing at the timing mark on the flywheel and the dist installed with the rotor pointing at the number one position with the cap off , and with the ignition switch on , turn the dist. in the direction that the rotor normaly goes , until the points are closed . Now turn the dist. back in the other direction until the points start to open . You will hear the snap , and be able to see the spark at the points . Tighten the bolt that holds the dist.. At this point , you are right on . Start the motor , and use the tractor . Enjoy . After you have done this several times , you will understand what i have told you . This is a nice thing about a point type ignition .

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