Hello everyone, I've been away for a spell, life intervenes. Since I took care of that stuck engine valve and 'Black Betty' is running back to normal I've been kind of itching to give the Team Rush thing a go. I'm taking this one step at a time as funds and time allow. Normally I've favored Standard/Blue Streak Caps and Rotors, as well as other products by them, but, for better or worse I've been following Jeep hammers' threads and took the leap for a Cap-a-dapt kit 8414 by MSD. I found it kind of odd that while all of the wire terminals are brass the coil connector appears to be bi-metal aluminum. Some of the photos swimming in the web show all terminals in brass, but there must be some logical explanation for this. I cleaned up the distributor with some CRC Lectra-Motive and I'm working on the alignment tab that is lacking. While the pics in JH's threads show a Motorcraft distribotor mine appears to be AMC as there is no Motorcraft logo on the side. It does however have the notch and threaded screw hole for the Alignment Tab itself. After scouring the wrecking yards locally, i found that while they're will to sell me and entire distributor they will not part one out and their lot now seems to be more populated with foreign cars. So I set out to make my own and while dubious of JH's claim one can be made out of pop can aluminum I gave it a shot. The trouble was in drilling the hole for the set screw the gauge of this aluminum was such that it twisted up after my thrid bit increment and was destroyed. My next attempt is made from a soup can being of slightly thicker gauge and I got it cut and bent up and rather than drilling I think I'll try punching through with my center punch and then following through with a needle reamer. I've another being made of a 3/8 cable clamp but its gauge may be too thick when I measured the gap at the notch with Adapter mounted to the top of the distributor. I took careful measurements using a flaky set of calipers my friend gave me that I believe come from Harbor Freight, but better than nothing. I used those measuements to calculate where to bend that custom tab and when to punch the set screw hole.