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Old 05-27-2006, 01:55 PM
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point gap for a 534 ??

just bought a 1966 T850 dump truck that needs a tune up !
Points are fried,can anyone help me ??
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They are probably standard v8 single points. I think Ford only had two or three different points style that year.
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what do i set the points gap too ??

I got the new points in and just guessed and set them at 17!
What is the factory spec setting ??
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Try .16, that's what they wanted for 289s and 390s in '66. Why would they want it diff for the big guy?
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Autozone told me .016 from their spec book.
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