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Re: distributor rotor


Just had a thread about this a couple weeks ago, party because I asked
the same question about my 4ks rotor.  Some people reported its was
a breeze and others had the same GREAT difficulty that I had.  Consensus
was that IF it was a tight one, there wasn't a particularly good non-
destructive way to remove it.

Destructively, some crunched it with channel locks.  I scored mine vertically
with a dremel/cut-off disc and then twisted a large flatblade screwdriver
in the slot.  Popped right off/apart.

Might want to try a tiny daub of grease, ideally dielectric grease in
the rotor in the future.  Its helped me.


Roger Albert (go Illini!)  Motorola.  Austin, Texas 
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