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Username Post: A education on Spark Plugs
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02-26-12 07:16 PM - Post#2195644    
    In response to technitom

When you apply it to the balancer, take a small strip of emory cloth and have someone spin the motor. Hold the cloth to the balancer and smooth it to bare shiney metal. Apply a thin coat of contact cement to balancer and back of tape. Line it up on zero and once its on shoot a coat of clearcoat on it. Let it set for awhile and set up. I did it this way and I think the tape will be there forever. Oh yeah, don't know if its a typo or not. But set the timing tape with the larger number to the right of pointer, when the marks are on the balancer advance it to the right of the pointer.
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Edited by busterrm on 02-26-12 07:19 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
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