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Dynamic timing

Discussion in 'Introduction' started by bass guy, Mar 22, 2020.

  1. bass guy

    bass guy Registered User

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    Hi guys, I am new to the forum but not new to IDI's. I have 3. An 85 F250HD with the 6.9l, an 87 F350 crew cab, same engine and an 87 E350 Club Wagon, same engine. My question is one of dynamic timing. For 15 years now, all I've ever done is set 'em to the factory line on the gear cover/IP. Now I would like to know if any one in the Commerce GA area knows of anyone who will do dynamic timing. Thanks for any advice you can give, sorry if this post isn't up to the awesome standards I see here r!egularly
     
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    Clb Another old truck Supporting Member

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    Check the timing registry
     
  3. bass guy

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    Thanks Clb, sorry for being so green at this internet stuff, my son told me about it, I've been lurking, now I'm in!
     
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    Welcome to Oil Burners bass guy! This is THE place, as you know.
     
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    Hi DaveBen, yes, I have lurked for quite awhile but needing to get these things timed right for the Zombie Apocalypse :eek::fan:has me signing up!
     
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