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WD wiring harness

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red.green

08-03-2012 11:50:11
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Iím starting a rewire and repair on an Allis WD that someone has vandalized, sometime next week. I donít want to spend a lot of time tracing whatís missing so itís more cost effective to replace the whole harness My question is who has the best wiring harness for the buck?




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steve(ill)

08-03-2012 17:57:45
74.36.187.222



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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 11:50:11  
well, if its a mag, you dont need many wires. Cable from battery to starter switch and your ready to go. If it is a distributor, you need a toggle switch with hot wire on one side and other goes to the coil, and coil out to the distributor point. About 30 minutes and your ready to go.



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BushogPapa

08-03-2012 17:40:13
173.88.51.117



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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 11:50:11  
Now, RED GREEN..we all KNOW that you have a fulL case of Duct Tape..so you ARE FULLY PREPARED TO REPAIR THAT WIRING HARNASS..!!!

Ron..



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red.green

08-03-2012 14:08:44
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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 11:50:11  
Thanks for the input, I do all my own magnetos and carburetors but there comes a point where my time is better spent doing what I do best. In the past I worked at an alternator shop where we did starters, alternators, magnetos and carburetors. Do to the pending auction I have to prioritize the work to ensure the completion of the tractor before the auction.



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Aaron SEIA

08-03-2012 13:52:42
67.55.181.57



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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 11:50:11  
X2 on B&B. He can also do the mag and carb if needed. First class work.

AaronSEIA



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red.green

08-03-2012 13:01:59
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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 11:50:11  
Old, I canít remember if itís 6 or 12v customer said itís the same tractor I did a bunch of work on last summer. I could make one myself as Iíve done that before, but my time is better used repairing the Mag and other items that were damaged. He can afford to repair it right as the tractor is supposedly going to auction in a couple weeks and should help with resale.



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old

08-03-2012 19:55:59
209.86.226.27



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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 13:01:59  
Shoot if it has a mag the wiring is very simple since it will not have any thing but a start circuit and then a charge circuit



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old

08-03-2012 19:47:48
209.86.226.61



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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 13:01:59  
Shoot if it has a mag the wiring is very simple since it will not have any thing but a start circuit and then a charge circuit



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Ted in NE-OH

08-03-2012 12:40:21
98.20.254.192



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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 11:50:11  
Steve at B&B Custom Circuits has the best. Just tell him what you need and he has it. They look very original and complete with instructions. 973-632-5596



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old

08-03-2012 12:11:32
209.86.226.40



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 Re: WD wiring harness in reply to red.green, 08-03-2012 11:50:11  
Alternator as in 12 volts or a generator?? as in 6 volts. If 12 volts I do my own but if 6 volts I can not help you since I do not do them



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