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    I had a discission with a mechanic about how to adjust the table and sweep swiches.
    He swears his gauge is the best way.
    I do it with the cam follower at it's highest point and turn the screw 360 degrees back after I hear the switch clicking(except for the interlock switches-Ido them 180 degrees).
    What is your best way to adjust them????
    I want to learn!

    The ice cream man.
    So it goes.

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    Re: How do you do?

    If the cams have contact surface all the way around.....use the gauge...

    Some of my cams have only the high dwell spots on the cams.....I turn the bolt in until the switch closes when on the high spot...then back off 2 turns.

    JK

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      Re: How do you do?

      Originally posted by 82/70 king:
      Some of my cams have only the high dwell spots on the cams
      JK
      <font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">i got like half the house of those, and in no particular order. lane 6 has the full cam, lane 7 just the high spots

      i do what you do too lampie, leave the interlocks out, with SB all in to allow for drift<<--nationals.

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        Re: How do you do?

        I use the gauge, but all my cams are good. [img]/content/btubb/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/wink.gif[/img]

        Pete

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