First off I'll ask what the electric problem is. Is the starter burned out or just bad wires??? If just bad wires or the starter button bad remove the button and then take a heavy battery type cable or jumper cable the go from the battery to the starter stud and spin it over that way. Most of these old hand start tractor give a guy fits when warm, I am lucky if my JD-B 1935 modal will start it warm but mos of the time starts pretty easy cold unless it is very very cold out an then with the 50W oil in it forget about it LOL
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