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Austin Mini Distributor, 59d Points Type For A+ Engines

Austin Mini Distributor, 59d Points Type For A+ Engines

Austin Mini Distributor, 59d Points Type For A+ Engines
Selected: ADU5789
Austin Mini Distributor, 59d Points Type For A+ Engines
59D A+ Distributor, NEW, Not Rebuilt
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Internet Price $151.96

A Plus Vacuum Distributors equivalent lucas number 41907-for 1988 lead free and replaces AAU9142 and lucas 417658-when flat top pistons or high compresion. For 998cc A+ Blocks.

The modern demands of fuel economy and performance with the very poor petrol available today often makes a "vacuum advance" distributor a must.

Originally fitted from 1989 on or for use with 10-1 high compression piston ratio on the original lead free factory engines..

For 1275 A plus engines see ADU3825.

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