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Re: Ford 841 distributor

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11-27-2013 16:22:08

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There are two 5/16 bolts that go through a clamp that bolts to the block under the distributor. If they are out, (can't tell for sure buy the picture)It will come out. If it's been there a long time, could be difficult. Twist and pry. Do not remove the three allen headed bolts shown in the picture. The two bigger ones hold the oil pump in place

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Bill Endres

11-27-2013 16:55:30

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 Re: Ford 841 distributor in reply to WayneIA, 11-27-2013 16:22:08  
Thanks for the replies. Didn't think any of those bolts/screws had anything to do with the distributor, but ya just never know. I've got the clamps off. Tried to pry it out with a BFSD, maybe a BFH will loosen it :-). North wind, colder than a well diggers you know what. Right after Turkey tommorow will give it a twist and pry. Probably rust welded in after 55 years. Thanks again.

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11-27-2013 17:21:39

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 Re: Ford 841 distributor in reply to Bill Endres, 11-27-2013 16:55:30  
Yep make sure the bolts are out then twist it till it frees up. If you have a pumper oil can and some ATF you might try putting some ATF around it yet tonight so tomorrow it may free up better

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