setting timing.

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Re: setting timing.

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Hi Neil. yes, I plugged it with a screw. :ok
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screws can leak air
self tappers being the worst
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I use a golf tee i found on the beach

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Re: setting timing.

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bolt with thread cut off leaving just shank
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Re: setting timing.

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bigbadbob76 wrote:Hi Neil. yes, I plugged it with a screw. :ok

correction.... I used a bolt. screwed in until the shank was well into the hose. :D
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