Seeing as how the adjustable light contains more parts it doesn't seem
unreasonable for it to cost more. Besides which, that feature is worth its
weight in gold.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Lewellen" <Mike.Lewellen@insightBB.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 13, 2002 5:43 AM
Subject: adjustment on timing light
> Thanks for the info on my system clock.
> Now, the adjustment I was refering to on the timing light. It's a new
> from Craftmans. It has a dial at the rear which goes from 0 to sixty.
> it will do is if you want to set the timing to 20 degrees BTDC then you
> adjust the rear dial to 20. Then when you read the light you should see
> timng marks at zero degrees when in reality it is 20 degrees BTDC. s you
> the dial you can see the timing marks move. As I move this dial I should
> the tining marks somewhere!!
> Sounds like something which will allow them to charge more doesn't it?
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