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Craftsman Timing Light, Inductive Advance

Item# 00921023000P | Model# 21023 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Craftsman Timing Light, Inductive Advance
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Description Specifications
Use to check initial ignition timing and advance on vehicles with computer-controlled, electronic or point ignitions. Use with domestic and imported vehicles. Easy-to-follow, detailed instructions.

  • 0-60 degree advance scale for more accurate and easy timing measure
  • Inductive pickup coveniently connects to number 1 ignition wire
  • Durable, 6 ft. test leads are melt-resistant and detachable for storage
  • Heavy duty chrome housing
  • Brilliant white flash easily visible even under direct sunlight
  • Contains advance timing light, lead set, owners manual
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By Flit
December 2nd, 2006
Craftsman Inductive Advance Timing Light

Awsome gun for the money. I particularly like how all the wiring connects to the gun via a pigtail, so when in storage you can disconnect the two and not trash the connection at the gun, which is how my old light failed. The innductive pickup isn't a positive locking one, but it is definately one of the best clamp on ones I've seen so far, my old one would sloop around and you'd have to wiggle it untill you got it just right, and then hoped it wouldn't move. Not so with this one, no slipping or falling, just clamp on and pull the trigger. The unit itself has a very solid feel to it, it's NOT made out of plastic, real metal (a rarity these days), and has a nice rubber shroud over the light, so if you're in tight quarters by a belt, the shroud takes the belt, not the case or the lens. Very nice unit for the money, and it's $20 cheaper right now than any other advance timing light in the Cincinnati area.

4 found this review helpful
Criticism
By tom61
March 10th, 2008
can't get bulbs

I bought one approximately 10 months ago and now the bulb is no good and i can't get the bulb.. I think if Sear's sell the timing light they should also sell the bulbs . Thanks, Tom..

8 found this review helpful
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John1968gto

A Great Timing Light for Street or Strip Auto's

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I have had & used this light for about 10- 15 years. Works very well for most all 50's- 80's 12 volt system Cars. Will also work on many of the electronic after maket ignition systems. I have used This 9 2103 timing light both on the street and 1/4 mile strip with very good results. I seldom left home with out it when I left for the strip! The set dial also helps for 0-60 + advance or - retard. The bright strobe is also easy to see on the balancer groove. A good looking chrome plated cast metal housing with a rubber light end in case you drop it. Easy hook-up. And the instructions are clear. many other uses as well. Boats, tractor's, farm motors and more.
Thank's For Reading
John

May 9th via craftsman.com
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badlight

timing light

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worked great when first purchased but the dial is not very accurate after using it a lot. the more you use it the worse it gets

May 11th via sears.com
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tom61

can't get bulbs

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I bought one approximately 10 months ago and now the bulb is no good and i can't get the bulb.. I think if Sear's sell the timing light they should also sell the bulbs .
Thanks, Tom..

March 10th via sears.com
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nboly

lead not melt resistant

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lead litteraly melted the first time u used the timin light. The test light itself is a good product, but the lead is junk. It worked for awhile but eventually quit working after 2-3 times over the course of a year. Craftsman would not warrantee just the lead out for me :( i bought it for the name and warrantee and just got disappointed.

January 3rd via sears.com
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Flit

Craftsman Inductive Advance Timing Light

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Awsome gun for the money. I particularly like how all the wiring connects to the gun via a pigtail, so when in storage you can disconnect the two and not trash the connection at the gun, which is how my old light failed.

The innductive pickup isn't a positive locking one, but it is definately one of the best clamp on ones I've seen so far, my old one would sloop around and you'd have to wiggle it untill you got it just right, and then hoped it wouldn't move. Not so with this one, no slipping or falling, just clamp on and pull the trigger.

The unit itself has a very solid feel to it, it's NOT made out of plastic, real metal (a rarity these days), and has a nice rubber shroud over the light, so if you're in tight quarters by a belt, the shroud takes the belt, not the case or the lens.

Very nice unit for the money, and it's $20 cheaper right now than any other advance timing light in the Cincinnati area.

December 2nd via sears.com
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