Thanks for the kind comments. Today I put the generator, voltage regulator and distributor in place, I think I got the static timing correct. Painted a few more parts, takes more time to clean the gun then to paint the parts!
I bought the Cub around thirteen years ago, the grandson was about three, now he is sixteen. I started taking it apart back then, had the engine machine work done, bored oversize, crank ground, etc. The shop supplied all the new engine parts and I assembled the engine. The the tractor has all new gaskets and seals.
Then life got in the way and I haven't touched it in years. Now the wife and I decided to downsize and we bought a ranch styled house in the city, no stairs!
We have it rented out, but plan on selling the country home and move back to Dover, NH next year. Now I'm under the gun to get the Cub put back together and sold.
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