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03-06-2013 11:09:36

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there should be a cup or sleeved end that slides over and rides the tip of the plug.. whether it is a fancy one with a lil spring pressure.. or just folded tabs to hug it. it should not simply set against it.

now.. the end gor the dizzy cap may simple have folded brass ends that SLIP INTO the recesses inthe cap and touch the sourounding conduction surfaces... that's fine..e tc.

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03-06-2013 12:10:34

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 Re: 641 questions in reply to soundguy, 03-06-2013 11:09:36  
I think it's the wrong set, I picked it up in the "6 cylinder " tractor section but it says 4cyl for fords (tractor) on the box but there's 7 wires in the box (?) ill have to take it back and exchange em

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03-06-2013 12:17:59

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 Re: 641 questions in reply to EarlyBronco, 03-06-2013 12:10:34  
4cyl sets have 5 wires.

6 cyl sets have 7 wires.

ie.. 1 for each cyl PLUS a coil wire.

someone may have been trying to do a swaparoo and then had to set the box get a more spendy 7 wire set vs a cheaper 5 wire set.

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