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Olliejunkie

04-11-2020 11:54:15




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Trying to get the pin out. This one is solid not a roll pin. I ground the ends and now I cant see the pin anymore. It may still be saleable but much more and I will need a gear. I'm about ready to order one.




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Olliejunkie

04-24-2020 16:23:57




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
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The new distributor seems to work good. I set it so the points were just starting to open at tdc 1. It started up then I turned it clockwise until it labored slightly. Now I have discovered there is no petcock in the block and its seeping water out of the rusty hole. I will fix that later. I need to check the valves next. I'm thinking of adjusting them at .015 cold. Any suggestions. I dont really want to do it hot with the tank and muffler.

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JMOR

04-17-2020 23:09:17




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seehe, he, he! what did everyone tell you about keeping original?



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Olliejunkie

04-17-2020 18:18:09




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Got my new dizzy today. It has a sticker from cap to body that says warranty void if removed. Now how am I going to install it without removing the cap besides I need to clean and check the gap. Lol.



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Olliejunkie

04-12-2020 10:21:06




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Thank you for the info. I think I will order one. Had I found one this cheap a few weeks ago I probably would've got one instead of trying to rebuild it. Live and learn.



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Gene in Mi

04-12-2020 09:49:25




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Anyone have experience with aftermarket dizzy?

My experience was the same as yours. I could not get the solid pin out. I ended up damaging the gear.

A new or rebuilt distributor got me running, BUT the rotor was hitting the contacts inside the cap! I had to massage things to make it work. Give the replacement before installing to check your new one.

Electronic ignition is supposed to tolerate a sloppy distributor shaft, which is what I had. I did not swap over because my NAA is still 6 volts and at the time there was not a 6 volt EI.

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Olliejunkie

04-11-2020 22:11:15




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
I found a aftermarket new distributor for $93 with free shipping. Looks like it comes complete with cap ,rotor and all. I already have more than that in this one and looks like a gear will be another $50. Anyone have experience with aftermarket dizzy?



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Olliejunkie

04-11-2020 17:58:16




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
That's a good idea too. If I find a used distributor I will do that.



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Hobo,NC

04-11-2020 17:48:02




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
They are so hard to support I made a bed to lay them in so I can whale away at it, it works quite well...



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Olliejunkie

04-11-2020 17:06:25




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Thank you. I'm in Oregon but that's not a bad idea.



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catalina0029

04-11-2020 16:27:16




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Where are you located? I'm in SW Michigan and I can put it in the lathe and machine the gear off.



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Olliejunkie

04-11-2020 14:04:30




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Well I see a crack started so I guess a new gear is in order. I should've just bought a new distributor. Still not sure how I will get this one off. Looks like 850 is a different animal.



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Olliejunkie

04-11-2020 13:37:47




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
I may need some soon. I am beyond tired of this tractor. I have no more patience right now. Makes it hard to get things done.



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JMOR

04-11-2020 13:36:31




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeOh, they are tough! Not sure Henry ever wanted us to remove them! :)



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nashranch

04-11-2020 13:23:56




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
My neighbor still has that 850 motor with the hole in the block. He is willing to sell parts off it.



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Olliejunkie

04-11-2020 13:06:07




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
I ground it with a dremel tool. Then I heated it and hit it where i thought it was. Seems i have fought with these solid pins before.



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JMOR

04-11-2020 12:54:54




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeHave used a grinder, too and the difference in heating will sometimes bring out pin outline.



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Olliejunkie

04-11-2020 12:51:36




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Mine is so beat up now I cant see anything. I will have to get a small file and clean it up. Today is not working out. Maybe later. Probably would've been cheaper to buy another distributor.



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JMOR

04-11-2020 12:47:58




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 Re: NAA distributor gear removal in reply to Olliejunkie, 04-11-2020 11:54:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeI have been able to see fine line around pin with good light & magnification.



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