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Old 05-05-2016, 10:22 AM   #1
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Default Timing the Flathead

I just learned this AM from StreetRODDER (wa who me?) July issue pg. 18. "The Part That Henry Forgot". From the house of Vern Tardel.

"Part locates with two bolts four washers, and has two slip-on slots for permanent or temporary installation on the two left timing cover bolts. A card is provided for marking the pulley for 20 degrees of timing in either direction."


Here is a link. BUT AND HOWEVER, His site says, in red letters, This product is temporarily unavailable.

http://www.verntardel.com/collection...ford-flatheads

Anyway Thought I'd share the hope of easier/better timing.
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