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In Reply to: jubilee timing posted by mark sr on Thursday, February 22, 2018:
I believe the old dist was original - 65 yrs old. When I installed the new dist I made sure the rotor button had the same orientation as the one I removed. I thought replace the distributor with a new one would be easier as the old one had play everywhere. I think the parts to rebuild it were over half the cost of the new distributor which was $50 cheaper than a rebuilt one - maybe should have went that route.
My wife's brother just got out of rehab and goes back in the hospital for more surgery next week so it might be a while before I have time to work on my NAA.
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