"Tried cranking some more even used starting fluid," This would seem to rule out a fuel issue.
"Checked spark to plugs 3 and 4 and 1. good spark. Used test light that goes between plug and plug wire." Test light??? I am not familiar with this. Do you mean spark checker?? If so will the spark jump a 1/4" gap? When was the last time you removed the dist and checked the points?
Re: Update on 2N not starting in reply to HCooke, 12-23-2012 12:03:47
It's a unit containg a light that flashes every time the spark plug fires. The spark plug is in the engine normally. You disconnect the sprak plug wire from the plug and connect this unit between the spark plug wire and the plug which is still in the engine.
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