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In Reply to: Ford 8N distributor posted by Bob D on Saturday, June 21, 2014:
Regarding snap ring placement. I have tried almost every position to re-install the snap ring. But, without the snap ring in place the shaft rotates with a "good" smooth feel. When the snap ring is inserted the shaft rotates but there appears to be a drag. Can't figure out why. no matter where I put the snap ring. All I did was replace points, etc. never had shaft or breaker plate out. I'm baffled. Could I hurt anything by re-installing?
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