Thanks for posting this - I have an IT manual, and maybe I should have been smart enough to figure it out myself, but I am not. Up to now I have been able to install new points, and keep the tractor running, but I was never sure what to do with the timing adjustment on the side of the distributor. Up to now, I would loosen the belt, start the tractor, and move the adjustment up and down in an attempt to make it run better - obviously wrong. Question - after the timing is set once correctly, is it necessary to reset every time?
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