Posted by 4010 puller on July 08, 2013 at 06:23:01 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: A timing posted by rosedale123 on July 07, 2013 at 18:53:35:
As per jd operators manual for a 60. #1 cylinder is flywheel side. Remove spark plug, roll flywheel in direction of normal running travel by hand, keep finger over sparkplug hole so you can feel compression stroke. It says to go to 5*ATDC
(5 degrees past tdc;flywheel should be marked on top/thin side near ring gear with tdc and some degree numbers)that mark should line up with notch in timing cover inspection hole.
When you are at that point, loosen distributor and roll it forward. With top sparkplug wire on distributor removed from sparkplug end (hold sparkplug end on a piece of metal to see spark) Roll distributor towards back of tractor slowly until you see a spark. When you see a spark stop turning and tighten distributor.
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