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Tom

03-10-2001 11:49:02




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I drove my farmal 300 into the barn and did a tune up on it Iwas Trying toset the points and was trying toturn the engine with the starter ahd the dist shaft would not turn.The engine sounded right but the shaft would not turn and allow me to set the points.Any one know what i have done wrong.




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dick

03-10-2001 15:16:32




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 Re: 300 farmal in reply to Tom, 03-10-2001 11:49:02  
If your distributor isn't turning, but the other stuff like your fan and generator/alternator, etc. are, something's wrong in the gearing which drives the distributor, or the distributor shaft is broken. You're probably going to have to pull the distributor off, at a minimum, to see what the problem is.



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Tom

03-10-2001 16:21:06




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 Re: Re: 300 farmal in reply to dick, 03-10-2001 15:16:32  
Hey Dick Thank for the info on my 300 how right you are.As I was tuning it up I lost the hold down screw on the condenser and replaced it with alonger one not a good idea so the shaft on the dist had a sheare pin in it and it did sheare so that was it .Once again thank for the come back . Tom



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Charlie

03-10-2001 15:08:00




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 Re: 300 farmal in reply to Tom, 03-10-2001 11:49:02  
How long are the bolts that hold the condenser and points and did you use the same ones that came out. I lost the one in the condenser on my H one time and the one I put in was long enough it hit something inside the distributor and sheared a tiny pin. The correct bolts are very short - I'm not sure they are even a quarter inch long.



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