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the screw on the side for the plateis tight i checked that,the snap ring fits tight on the plate, the star washers under the screws on the points are tight,and the stars themselves are in good shape the advance meckenism under the plate is free, and no slop, the eccentric screw for points adjustment is working properly, now when i set thepoints when new they will gap at 0.015, but after i run the engine a minute or 2 they close, and will no longer gap, that is the ecentric screw will move the point base but i cant gap the points, this happened on 3 different sets of points i tried different ones as i thought maybe they got regular china junk in blue streak boxes, so where in the world it this thing getting the slack? nothing makes any sense the shaft with new bushings installed has no slop side to side or up and down, can it be that the store is peddling junk points in the good boxes, and can the rub block really wear that much in that time?
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