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Who rebuilds distributors?

My car is down for a while and I guess it's time to sort out a few details. One is my dizzy. Who rebuilds them? It's a 77 930 I think. Not 100% sure but its not working exactly right I do know that. Any help or pointers to where would be great.

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Hello Brando - I belive that Brian Bodart (RarlyL8) offers this service.
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Thanks I think I could use him for some WUR work as well
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Barry Hershon is the man for distributor rebuilding, I used him and he was doing follow ups with me to see if I had the car running.
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Barry is the guy. Is the shaft wobbly? Otherwise, there isn't much to wear out. You can take it apart and clean and lube it yourself.
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2nd that. Not a terribly complicated part, you can do it.
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Thanks. Some things seem mystical when they're just things. Ill do it.

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