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Wrenches ???


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Old 02-26-2003, 11:44:42 PM
Jim Tremble
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In the same box that the FB mag was in, I found 3 tiny wrenches.

All are double ended wrenches with a hole in the center of each wrench. Each is 3-1/2" long.

The first reads, "N.EAST-CON" the other end reads ""SPLITDORF"

The second reads "EISEMANN" the other end reads "REMY WAGNER"

The third reads "DELCO" and the other end reads "BOSCH-SIMMS-AUTO-LIGHT"

Are these Mag Adjusting Wrenches ??

I tried to photo the wrenches but the lettering is to small to see. I had to use a "Lupe" to read them.

Thanks,

Jim
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Old 02-27-2003, 11:23:49 AM
Elden DuRand
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It sounds like what you've got is a set of mag point adjusting wrenches, labelled for the specific magneto to use them on.

Take care - Elden
 

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