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  1. Flint Mitch

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    Can anyone enlighten me on what the part # is for whatever goes in that hole. Im not seeing anything on the IPL but I'm not the brightest crayon in the box sometimes. Thanks!

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    A beat up screw. It aligns the bar slot.
    Need a pic?
     
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    If you don't mind

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    Notice the hammer marks from the bar slot beating on the loose screw.
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    The first pic is a tight one as it was. The second to last pic is one that was good and snugged up. The others were loose but usable
     
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    ****don’t get the coil, etc. wet...if you do,
    Might be able to dry it out in the oven.
     
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    I wash coils with water all the time if they are greasy. Use hot water and no detergent. Blow dry and your good. Most stuff gets a sauna next to the wood stove or out in the sun on a black plastic bed liner other times. Good way to check a cracked coil is to wet it.

    Most people use carb cleaner or brake clean on them. Not really a good idea imo. That strips the parts protection off and they rust when sitting.
     
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    I got a 2pc ign for a 266 wet and had to dry in oven. Then it quit again after a few weeks. Haven’t messed with it. It is quite old, so...
     
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    Redip it in epoxy
     
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