The only tool required to set the rack is a flat head screw driver. I presonally think that the rack is one of the hardest thing to do on a detroit. Basically, you set the fuel control tube arms so that each injector has the exact same rack position at any given time. I cant fully explain this procedure. If no one else posts the instructions, I would try to find some one who has a manual or some one who knows how to do this so you can learn. Once you understand what the directions are saying, it is not all that difficult. But, it is still one of the most difficult things to do.
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