Are you saying the tractor was dieing after 30 minutes with the mag, then you installed the distributor and it still does it ? If that is the case, then i would look at fuel / cap vent / fuel line too close to manifold and vaporizing fuel... when it dies, pull the line off at the carburetor and check flow. If its fuel it will normally restart in 3-4 minutes. If its the coil, it will need to set an hour to cool off. A condenser will do the same thing...... Another option is the valves clearance is too small and when motor heats up, the clearance goes to zero and you loose compression. If you have gas and spark, check the valves.
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