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osenga

Model19 help please

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osenga

Well guys I tore this model 19 down to clean and paint it up. I have it all painted and ready to put back together. So my question is on the 3 leg coil which I removed all of it off the block. Looking at a couple other and they are all bolted with legs in eye site different places. If these removed like I did.. Do they need to be set/timed in? And if so how do or would I want to go about doing this. Any help thought and all input wod be great.

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robob

To adjust rotor timing ( set point gap at .020 with the rotor properly located on the grankshaft by means of the pointed set screw turn the crank in normal direction of rotation until breaker points start to open.Use a timing light or insert a piece of tissue paper between the breaker points to determine when the points begin to open.loosen the three armature mounting screws slightly and rotate armature untill the arrow on armature lines up with the arrow marked 23

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To adjust rotor timing ( set point gap at .020 with the rotor properly located on the grankshaft by means of the pointed set screw turn the crank in normal direction of rotation until breaker points start to open.Use a timing light or insert a piece of tissue paper between the breaker points to determine when the points begin to open.loosen the three armature mounting screws slightly and rotate armature untill the arrow on armature lines up with the arrow marked 23

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To adjust rotor timing ( set point gap at .020 with the rotor properly located on the grankshaft by means of the pointed set screw turn the crank in normal direction of rotation until breaker points start to open.Use a timing light or insert a piece of tissue paper between the breaker points to determine when the points begin to open.loosen the three armature mounting screws slightly and rotate armature untill the arrow on armature lines up with the arrow marked 23

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