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Old 06-11-2005, 11:33:45 PM
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i have a mcormick deering- internaional harvester model M 1-1/2 hp with a bosch mag that is hot. i took the mag off to clean it so it would work and right after i took it off i looked for timing marks and i didnt see any - could i have some help timing and getting the mag in the right tooth?? thanks!!!!
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Take a look at this address and I think you will fix it.

http://www.oldengine.org/members/ham...gsettingsM.htm

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thanks that helped alot it was easy , i had never seen one like that b4 lol- thanks and god bless
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well i was wondering what is the best way to get one of the flywheels off of this model m international harvester/mcormick deering?? any suggestions would be really epresheated thanks!!!
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Default Re: international harvester model M hit and miss

There're lots of ways to do it, you can find them in the archieves. The easy way for a M flywheel with a good gibkey is shown at page 54 & 55 at this address:

http://www.oldengine.org/members/ham...ckhandbook.htm

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