Mallory Ignition 5072101 32-41 Flathead 3 Bolt Electronic Distributor
Mallory Magnetic Breakerless Electronic Distributor for 1932-1941 Ford Flathead V8 with the 3-bolt mount. Includes Mallory Super-Duty cap (points style) and rotor with brass terminals.
- Adjustable mechanical advance
- Self-lubricating bushings provide years of trouble-free service
- Easy 3-wire hookup
- Does not require an external control box
- For 12 volt systems only
500-5071601 Instructions (PDF)
Note: This distributor requires 1.4 ohms of coil resistance. If you are using a coil with less than 1.4 ohms, you must us a ballast resistor that will achieve the required 1.4 ohm total resistance. If you are using coil # 447-45001, no resistor will be required.
- Measures approx. 4" from where it sits on the front cover to the outside of the cap
Some '42-'48 models may encounter some water pump/fan interference due to slight increase in distributor length (modification maybe required)
- This product is discontinued.
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