Now I am staring at the plate
> that is at the bottom of the housing which was below the weights. It
> will not move or come out.
Remove the screw under the rotor, drift out the roll pin on the dizzy
gear drive on the bottom of the shaft, now everything will come apart.
Be carfull with the weight springs, do not stretch them or mix them up.
Mark which spring goes on which side.
Also mark which way the gear drive goes on, it looks even but it offset
ever so slightly, it can be reinstalled 180 out. File a notch on the
drive relative to the rotor notch or something so you can keep
Toms River, NJ
Lots of LBCs