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Old 04-29-2012, 06:36 PM
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Plug and point gaps

I am changing plugs and points on my 1969 Ford F100 360 engine.
I believe that the plug gap is 35. Is this correct?
Also, what would be the gap on the points?
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I generally will set them at 32 and 17 than use a dwell meter. But that will get ya on the road just fine.
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Plug and Points Gaps

Thanks for the help.
One more thing. . . . What is the correct firing order?
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Thank you for all the help.
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