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#1 posted 12-29-2012 06:27 PM

The TS Jr works great and is a well made tool

When I was trying to improve my old POS saw (15yrs ago?) the most common info/advise I came across was to purchase an aluminium plate that was somehow machined PERFECTLY flat (and could magically stay that way) and use it as a reference when it was attached to the arbor. This was less useful than old car mechanics that would say all you needed to gap plugs and points was a matchbook cover and/or a tooth pick. Discovering Ed Bennett’s products and site was a breath of fresh air. The TS Jr was and might still be the best of that type of tool. My son and I have two of them(they are not for sale). That said, even though his site may have the best information and his products are beautifully conceived and manufactured, purchasing a TS Aligner Jr from Ed can be a PITA. What Rick and NiteWalker suggested is true- There are cheaper ways to to the same job. -Jack

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