Topic: Re: stubborn 8N
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I had read enough, and had my 8N long enough, to know that I didn"t necessarily need a 12 volt system. I used to have a Ferguson TO-30, converted to 12v before I got it, and didn't notice that it started any easier or ran better than either of the Ns that I've had. And to know that I can fix the breaker plate with just a nylon nut means I can probably get this thing going this week (and I'm cheap enough that I won't spend $35 or $42 or whatever over a buck or two). I've been dinking around with old cars for over 50 years; when I had my first paid for car, it still was put together and kept running with help from local junkyard, so old ignition systems aren't exactly foreign; changing out points and distributor parts will just keep me in practice. And to know I have good help on this site, that much better. Thanks for your help and prompt reply.
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