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In Reply to: Setting Points Gap; Before & After? posted by mrlewp87 on Sunday, May 18, 2014:
I just found your post today. I hope I'm not too late. You've done a lot of home work and that's good, but sometimes too much knowledge will cause more trouble than needed. Don't worry about number one cylinder being anywhere. As you remove the old distributor, watch where the rotor is pointing when you lift it out. Then have your new one pointing at the same spot when you put it in. It's that simple. If you've already pulled your old one out, disregard this.:) You will still have to set your timing though. Let us know how you did. Oh, those high spots on the cam are called lobes.
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