My buddy bought a Fraud F150 and it has an old points style ignition. He replaced the fuel pump, cap, rotor, coil, wires, and plugs and it still won't fire. He says he is going to pick up a new set of points and condensor for it. I told him I would help but the last time and only time I worked on points is on an old 12HP briggs that I had on a go-kart. If I can find the spec for the gap on the points, does anybody remember how to set it (should apply to all points GM, Ford, Mopar, etc.)? TDC on #1? And how does Fraud designate there cylinders. I know GM is from front to back on driver's side (1,3,5,7) and front to back on passenger's (2,4,6,8). Also is there a common firing sequence like Chevy's 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2? and one last question does the Fraud rotor turn clockwise or counterclockwise (I know I can pull the cap and crank and watch the direction of spin, I just thought somebody might know off the top of their head)? I know this is a Chevy forum, but several on this board have previously owned them and worked on them (that is why they now drive GM), and if a Fraud is ever blocking the trail it may be good to know, plus it just shows the wealth of knowledge and expertice GM owners have /forums/images/icons/smile.gif.