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Old 09-03-2011, 08:23 AM
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timing marks 88 f250 302

installing a new distributor. when lining up the timing marks do i line them up at the end of the pointer that says "time" or in the middle of the half moon?
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At the end of the pointer:
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From my buddy Sackman @FSB.com

cut from his write-up: How to properly set the timing on a 302 or 351 - FSB Forums
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thanks so much. what is that half moon mark for anyway?
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Clarification from our resident expert Bill aka subford: Mystical Ford Timing Tab
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