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Re: video or pics of 2n distributor tear down

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Bruce (VA)

03-20-2013 06:25:35

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Why are you pulling it down? And doing it in the field where stuff gets dropped & never found again? (BTDT)

Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.....but assuming you really do need to pull it down, I'd just go get it off the tractor & pull it down on the bench.

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03-20-2013 06:34:18

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 Re: video or pics of 2n distributor tear down in reply to Bruce (VA), 03-20-2013 06:25:35  
may do that but the field 20 miles away is where the tractor broke down, im tearing it down to replace the bushings ive done plenty of distributors in cars and trucks but not one of these

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Bruce (VA)

03-20-2013 07:36:23

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 Re: video or pics of 2n distributor tear down in reply to ericlb, 03-20-2013 06:34:18  
If you bend the tower that holds the front bushing, you will be buying a new plate.

That's yet another reason to do the job on a work bench.

Unscrew the timing screw. Remove the C clip. Take out the plate. Check the advance weights. (replace/repair as needed) Pres out the front & rear bushings. Press in the new ones & ream to fit.

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03-20-2013 06:51:20

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 Re: video or pics of 2n distributor tear down in reply to ericlb, 03-20-2013 06:34:18  
bushings removal tools, install tools, reamers would be a few.
This post was edited by JMOR at 06:51:56 03/20/13.

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