distributor timing problems are over-complicated many times. heres what u do-
bring the #1 cylinder to tdc on the compression stroke..(rotate engine with finger over spark plug hole till u feel compression, then just line up the timing marker with the 0 degree mark on your balancer)
then just rotate the distributor til the rotor is just before the #1 cylinder.. about 1/4" should be good.
and thats it. no problems. no "one tooth off" crap or other problems. have your timing light ready and when she starts up, time it exactly where u want it.
if its don't start now, then its not your timing. start looking at fuel problems or over tightened valves.
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