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'49 8N Timing Problem
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Posted by Jim on February 05, 2001 at 19:25:07 from (220.127.116.11):
My 8n (front mount distributer) has a timing issue that I can't seem to get resolved. She runs better when timing adjustment is pushed all the way down, but it simply won't go far enough to completely solve the problem. Is there any way that the shaft has slipped inside the engine? I realize that this model has a static timing system, with only minor external adjustments normally needed. HELP!!! I have had my tractor running poorly for 8 months. It all started when she quit, and I later found that the coil was my problem. I am afraid that something internal broke or slipped while trying continuously to crank her with a bad coil.
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