Timing marks on farmall 130

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Timing marks on farmall 130

Postby inairam » Mon Dec 16, 2019 10:19 am

I am still learning about my 130.

I wanted to find TDC #1. In the service manual, it says there is a point and timing marks on the right side of the tractor. It also says there are a variety of locations for timing marks for this family of tractors.

I can not tell if it is just dirt, replaced pulley or what but I could not find anything. Does anyone have photos of a 130 pointer and timing marks? The picture in the service manual was small.

I used a screwdriver in the spark plug hole. Got it started for the first time for me.
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Re: Timing marks on farmall 130

Postby Jim Becker » Mon Dec 16, 2019 11:45 am

I never set the timing on a 130. But as far as I know, the timing marks are on the flywheel. This would be like the Farmall A. The 140 has timing marks on the front pulley.

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