Topic: Re: Working on 8N Tomorrow
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Welp...got the old girl going. Much to my surprise, I met an old Pakistani guy at the end of the drive. He turned 70 today.
Got the call from his son. Perfect English, actually spoke three languages, and a necessary interpreter.
It was a 9/2N for sure. From what I could make out of the SN, 9N 2135..... It had the cast, one piece column. So I lucked out with all my front mount stuff. And yes... I packed too much.
Had a hacked together 12V job, 3 wire. Pretty sure they ran the field wire with old lamp cord. New batt cables, swapped in my good dist with his new coil, 6v. Took carb apart and hosed it out with cleaner. Ran new wire to coil. Cranked and fired right up.
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