believe I have a 1950 Allis Chalmers b model lost position of timing,plastic piece that was on back of gear with A and C on it fell apart need picture of gear with A and C on it relative to flat edge so we get timing marks back any help would be appreciated thank you
Re: position of magneto timing in reply to earlyduck, 04-29-2015 11:06:02
thnks for all the info but believe I have found the problem, the gear that should have a and c on it fits on a shaft with a bearing that fits in the end cap. the bearing is spinning inside cap and moves back and forth believe it's being held to far away from end cap cover not allowing spark. try to check it this weekend and post thanks again for all the help
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