Posted by Mike Farmer on December 31, 2010 at 06:08:00 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Fordson F Manual posted by George McKenzie on December 30, 2010 at 14:08:52:
What I do is: - Remove all the spark plugs just to make life easier. Then. Take off the side panel(valve/pushrod cover)turn the engine carefully until the No2 push rod goes full down-that is No1 inlet valve fully closed, continue to turn carefully until No1 piston is at TDC. It is now in firing position for No1. Providing your mag is correctly set if you now refit mag with the rotor arm pointing at the No1 lead, thats it. At this stage ensure that you have the intermediate drive 'dog' in place. Bolt the mag up where it is as there is no rotational adjustment available. Refit remaining plug leads remember its 1-2-4-3. Now you can spend the rest of the day with a starting handle swearing or you can start it on the belt pulley from another tractor. If you want a fairly simple repair manual try www.old20.com They have them priced £8.00 guess that will be about $20.00 with postage. MTF
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