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Re: Angle distributor

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12-11-2012 19:12:24

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JoseinNM said: (quoted from post at 01:47:28 12/12/12) Look responses. That why I asked for experts. I only wanted to know if should do anything since operationally all is good. Maybe my bad. Maybe should said, will constant 20 hurt anything? No need to tell me stuck or inspect or won't start (I said it does) as those are clear to anyone. Happy idle too. Just simple yes or no from expert (one who really knows), can any damage be done at always 20 all the time?

Am I clear enough this time?

Manny thanks!

Unless you are into working your tractor at idle all the time it will not HURT a thang were you are at.... If it will crank and idles good forget about the base timing as long as the total is nailed... it sounds like it izz.... Form one who really knows....
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12-11-2012 20:28:32

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 Re: Angle distributor in reply to Hobo,NC, 12-11-2012 19:12:24  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeHOBO, you are the man on this one!! For sure. Too bad you didn't come along first. After all, unless a 'trailer queen", that is exactly where it is going to be running nearly 99% of the time. You did actually answer the man's question.

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