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Old 08-05-2013, 04:44 AM
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It appears by the photo that you just need to turn the crank clockwise a tooth for the marks to line up, does not look a tooth off.

When both marks are together, you are at the #6 firing position. When both marks are at 12 o'clock, you are at #1 firing position.

It is best to align marks together for a good visual, then turn crank 360 to be at #1 firing position and drop distributor in with rotor pointing at #1.

You can leave marks together, just be sure to drop distributor in with rotor pointing at #6
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