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12-29-2012 15:11:04

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Why the cuved rotor instead of straight rotor on WD with the Delco dist.?

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12-29-2012 17:05:48

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 Re: Dist.rotor in reply to Icuby, 12-29-2012 15:11:04  
You talking the end piece of brass or the whole rotor?? I have seen them with the end piece being that way but never the rotor it self as for why I do not know but I have used them and the more common ones and both seem to work just fine

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12-31-2012 04:01:12

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 Re: Dist.rotor in reply to old, 12-29-2012 17:05:48  
Thanks Old. Yes,I was referring to the end brass piece. I too have used the straight version but had to go back to the curved one as the straight would not let it fire.

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12-31-2012 08:59:39

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 Re: Dist.rotor in reply to Icuby, 12-31-2012 04:01:12  
If you have had problems with the straight ones you may have it just enough out of time to cause that and that also may cause you other problems if you are in fact out of time, ya not you the tractor engine LOL

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Bob Bancroft

12-31-2012 05:13:51

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 Re: Dist.rotor in reply to Icuby, 12-31-2012 04:01:12  
I think I was told once that was "anti- kickback" ?!?! Maybe someone was guessing? I don't know.

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