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Thanks for the update Ron, sounds like she's ready to run sweetly once you get everything back together.
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She might be. I have a strong suspicion that I will need to rebuild the fuel distributor. Hoping not, but I fear it is inevitable.
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She might be. I have a strong suspicion that I will need to rebuild the fuel distributor. Hoping not, but I fear it is inevitable.
Want to pull and swap two front suspensions and engines and harnesses instead? I'll trade you...

Grin.
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Nahhhh, I’d hate to rob you of all that fun...
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Nice guy!
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More progress.....still feel like pulling the FD is the next step...

https://youtu.be/i3e4Ky3gQC4
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Thanks for the update.

Does it sound a bit tappety?
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Not tappety at all. This engine is really smooth...why you ask?

My 78 is VERY tappety, but that has something to do with filling the block and exhaust full of fuel after a failed fuel distributor rebuild. Let’s just say I can now rebuild a FD 2 ways, right and wrong...
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Hi Ron, was probably just the speaker on the device I watched the video on.

Press on!
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