Re: timing tool in reply to Bruce (VA), 02-18-2014 06:17:58
Thanks Bruce. I checked and I didn't have the wide side of the tang to the left. I rotated it and clamped back down and the points do open further when advancing the timing.Once I learn how to do this hopefully it'll stay in my mind for future repairs.
Re: timing tool in reply to rodgernbama, 02-20-2014 12:46:26
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYour picture sure looks like you had the wide side on the left! You do realize that we are talking about the wide side of the shaft don't you? There is no wide tang.... it is simply offset to one side of the shaft centerline. When setting up, you have the shaft clamped in position by the fixture & are rotating the breaker plate to 'just achieve' point opening . Rotating breaker plate CW (as viewed from the front) to achieve that opening of points.
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