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Allis Chalmer LPG 190

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05-07-2008 05:41:27




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Does anyone know what the gap is for the points and plugs on the LPG 190? Also where to get a good repair manual for the LPG 190. I do not care for the I&T repair manuals.




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Kentb of SWMO

05-07-2008 06:17:12




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 Re: Allis Chalmer LPG 190 in reply to shortorder, 05-07-2008 05:41:27  
Point gap would be the same as a gasoline burner. But why mess with points? Ihave a LP fueled C-II gleaner with the G-262 Power Unit., Same engine as a D-19. I install a Pertronix electronic ignition system in the distributor and I have not looked back. An far as plug gap I would run a .025 inch or a .005 inch narrower than the gasoline model. You will also need a colder plug than the gasoline model. That said I do not know what plug gap my G-262 is running as I have not had the plugs out in the 12 years I have owned the combind. This is one of the beauties of LP Motor Fuel. A little payback for not being able to fuel your machine with a 5 gallon rusty bucket.

Kent

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