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Old 10-31-2004, 11:50 AM
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Point Gap??

I aquired a 1984 pick up with an inline 6, but for what ever reason it has a point type distributor in it, and I can't find the point gap spec anywhere, anybody know what I should set it to? I don't think it is right now, runs kinda soft at start up.
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.018-.022"" or use a match book (single thickness). never had a problem with the match book in a pinch.
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Thanks, sounds good to me.
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