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Re: Timing adjustment - '78 B

Subject: Re: Timing adjustment - '78 B
Date: Sun, 16 May 1999 20:49:04 EDT
In a message dated 5/16/99 5:54:35 PM Central Daylight Time, writes:

<< Is there a trick to this, >>

Maybe.  After loosing the pinch bolt nut (to the end of the thread of the 
bolt for the nut) on the clamping plate - WITHOUT disturbing said dizzy = 
take a fat bladed flat blade screwdriver and pivot the clamping plate open.   
Retighten inorder to check that the timing has not changed dramatically.  
Undo nut enough for dizzy to turn.
At square one (hopefully).

<<or does he just need copious
 amounts of PB Blaster >>

That NEVER hurts.

<<and a prybar? >>

Said screwdriver = same as.



PS:  Please be sure to NOT try to "hook" (pull up on item) as Lawrie might!!!
        "take a fat bladed flat blade screwdriver"  SAY ***THAT** 3 times 
        but only outloud <G><G>!!!!!!!!!!!

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