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Thanks for sharing Oz... interesting.


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DD289 wrote
Thanks for sharing Oz... interesting.


I immediately thought of you when I saw it posted on Autorestomod on F/B, hence why it is posted here ...... Poke


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Wow... Had never given it any thought. Very interesting. So how do you go about setting one up after a restoration?


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mikes68 wrote
Wow... Had never given it any thought. Very interesting. So how do you go about setting one up after a restoration?


You have not cut the tailshaft so the phasing should not alter but if you did have a vibration, flipping it 180 at the rear may be a quick fix.


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