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need help setting mechanical advance(my first time)

I usually look at a write up or a video before I do anything to my engine, for the past 2 days I haven't been able to locate a decent article or video with specific instructions on how to replace the springs and bushings on a distributor

My distributor is a chevy 8000 series made by pro comp basically. A mad pro billet knockoff
If anyone could walk me through it I would be very grateful. Preferrably with pics

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