Question about 1985 Ford F350
Quite honestly it can vary. Especially with the grade of gas since you engine was made. Usually anywhere fro, 6-10 degress BTDC. Get a vacuum gauge and hook it up. Adjust the timing for max vacuum readings. Road test the vehicle. If you notice some pinging, then back off about 2 degrees.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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