If your points aren't too short, the easiest way to remove your dart points is to put the dart with the dart point in a pop-rivet gun, squeeze the trigger and your point will stay in the rivet gun and your barrell will fall out minus the point, easy!
No, but is an infinite set of points.
A set of points on a straight line are called 'collinear points'.
The solution set is the set of all points representing solutions.
Collinear set of points
Dart points are made of steel, they help the dart stick in the board.
If you have a dwell meter set the points between 28 and 32 degrees, I usually set them right at 30 degrees.
The maximum from one dart is 60, (a treble 20)
yes, all 67's had points from the factory.
The number located in the center of the dart board, or more commonly known as the "bulls eye" is worth a total of 50 points. As for the outer part of the bulls eye, it is worth 25 points if a dart were to land there.
The inner bullseye is worth 50 points, the outer 25 points.
I remove the distributor and rotate until the points are at the widest opening. Then using a .017mm fueler Gage I set the point gap. Reinstall the distributor, set timing and roll!
60 points (triple twenty)
install points and have felt pad resting on center peak of one of the cam lobes in the distributor, if you use a paper match stick between the points and then tighten the adjuster down you will be real close, if you have a dwell meter you want to set the points between 28 degrees and 32 degrees.
It should have electronic ignition.
It means that the dart scores 9 points!