...... it's hard to start if it sits for a couple days or after its sat for about 15-20 mins after its been at operating temperature. Could this be the fact that the vacuum advance isn't hooked up or do I have a fuel delivery issue?
The hard starting when warm could be from the fuel percolating into the
carb after it's been shut off. You can check this by removing the air cleaner
and looking into the carb to see if fuel is dripping into the venturies.
Was the vacuum advance connected to the timed/ported nipple on the
carb, as opposed to straight manifold vacuum?
1978 Bronco Ranger XLT, Trailer Special with FreeWheeling Package, 351M, NP435, Ford alloys w/BFG 31's, MAC/IMCO hybrid exhaust.