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DIYDAVE
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DIYDAVE

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    1. AdamsExcavating
      AdamsExcavating
      Can you send me some pictures of your adapter for the rc30?
      1. DIYDAVE
        DIYDAVE
        Sorry, I can't Post pics. If you tell me which adapter, maybe I can describe it better. Most of the stuff I have built for it has been scrap steel, and cheap hydraulic components...
        Jan 10, 2020
    2. Old Doug
      Old Doug
      I would like to know more about the setup to replace points. I am riging up a 4cyl car engine for my skid steer that was fuel injected . I have built a intake to use a updraft carb and was goimg to make the lobe to run points in its dist. Thanks Doug
      1. DIYDAVE
        DIYDAVE
        I have bought kits from the Brillman Company, in Virginia. You need to know the polarity of the original system(+ or- ground), and the voltage(6 or 12 volt). You will also need a coil with 3 ohms resistance, IIRR. As far as the install goes, you remove the P&C, then install a rotor pickup unit, attach wires to coil. All the instructions come with the kit.
        Aug 24, 2017
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