For those of us who enjoy studying the Ford Service Bulletins, the two brief notes on Page 218, February 1928, pertaining to the flywheel and its housings, are likely to stimulate considerable interest. However, for most of us backyard mechanics, the mere suggestion of a need for a dial indicator is a sure turn-off. We quickly turn the page and look for something simple, such as adjusting the ignition points. Consequently, we don’t always pay the attention we should to some of the very important fine points in our haste to get our cars back on the road. The proper alignment of the flywheel housing, which is a tremendously important to a properly running Model A, is a major example. To read more click here Flywheel Housing Alignment Pt2