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you can use a yard stick of a meter stick
50x50x5mm sleel angle per meter lenth in weight kilo gramm ?
Your question is unclear but one instrument for measuring angles is a protractor.
The meter needs a dwell setting or scale. Otherwise it won't measure it with meaningful readings.
Yes, but the dwell meter is by far the best and easiest way on a Chevy.
With a dwell meter you could monitor the dwell angle. If the dwell fluctuates the distributor shaft and bushings are probably worn out. The dwell should be between 28 and 32 degrees and not fluctuate.
Setting dwell angel and setting point gap accomplish the same thing. On my 64-1/2 Mustang I have to remove the distributor cap and loosen the set screw on the points. Place a screw driver in the slot for adjusting and twist until the gap between the points is correct. The cam on your distributor shaft must be aligned with the nub on the points. This achieves the Maximum Gap your points can achieve. It also determines your maximum Dwell angle (Angle is nub- points pivot - points tip). Tighten set screw when gap is correct and check for accuracy. Withthe car running and a dwell meter connected you can confirm proper dwell angle. Some cars have an adjusting screw external to the distributor cap so you can adjust using a dwell meter while the car is running.
It was a tool used to accurately set the gap on ignition points. They don't get much use these days.
50 degrees of dwell. You can't do the final point setting procedure with feeler gauges, because every set of points and condenser is a little different. How to set them: First set the points to .016" gap. Next, hook up your dwell meter and start the engine. With the meter set to the 4-cylinder position, see if you have 50 degrees of dwell angle on the meter. If you have more, close the points .001" and try it again. If you have less, open them up .001" and recheck. Keep doing it until the dwell angle is 50 degrees.
A dwell meter is used to check the setting on a POINTS type ignition system, these have not been used in quite a few years, and for sure not as late as 1993.
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.020 If you have a dwell meter it is 30 degrees of dwell.
attach a dwell meter and set the points for 30 degrees.
Use a dwell meter to set the points at 30 degrees dwell.
Torquing head bolts without a torque angle meter is substantially harder than with one but it is very much possible. All it requires is keeping a steady hand and a keen eye on your work.