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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old May 27th, 01, 04:00 PM Thread Starter
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I heard or read somewhere that the shaft in the 1111480 distributor was different than other GM distributors. Is this true? I found a distributor but it is thoroughly trashed from corrosion and pitting. Must of sat in water for many years. Anybody know where you can get a replacement? How about the correct vacuum canister. I have a Crane adjustable I plan on using if there aren't any around. Any suggestions on what I can do to get a standard none 302 GM distributor to work?Looking to keep it all stock looking as well.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old May 28th, 01, 02:09 PM
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If I remember correctly the only difference was the lobes had a more gentle point opening ramps to reduce point float at high RPM.

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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old May 28th, 01, 04:15 PM
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Also the 302 points have their on P/N. The points on the 302 cars have stiffer springs on the points to help prevent points from floating at high rpm.

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I was of the understanding the curve was different as well. I don't know that for a fact though. Maybe John Z will drop in!!

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The 1111480 distributor used (only) in the DZ application has a unique long-slot advance cam and much closer tolerances on the (hardened) shaft and housing bushings. If the one you have is badly corroded, try Jerry MacNeish at(410)781-0418 for a quote on a rebuild, or T.I. Specialties in Florida ( www.tispecialty.com ). I haven't seen a decent genuine 480 distributor go for less than $450 recently (even 480's are being re-stamped now that they are so valuable). If numbers are important to you, I'd try and save it. Jerry's doing my 480 right now.

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The advance cam is part of the shaft and is stamped 532 (32 degrees advance). The 532 cam is also used in couple other 69 distributors.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old Jun 6th, 01, 03:56 PM
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I was just into mine the other day. Its the 480 distributer. On the plate where the points mount its stamped with part#2769047.Does anyone know if this is the right plate for the distributer?
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