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Re: Wisconsin VH4D problems

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Walt Braymen

07-12-2014 11:43:49

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Ok, the first one was a test. Now. I have a 1955 Model S OMC swather. It has a VH4D on it. I also have an engine off a ditch witch that is mostly the same. I had to rebuild the OMC engine and the original one had a distributor attached to the generator. The disty was so big, you could not use an oil filter assy. So I took the one off the ditch witch engine which has a pulley for an external alternator. Now, it will crank but has no electricity through the plugs. Do I need a voltage regulator or some other things to make it work? It was dead when I bought it and stuck so I never knew if any of the components worked to begin with. I hate to give up an oil filter if I don't have to and there is no room to mount it otherwise.

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Stick welding

07-12-2014 23:06:09

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 Re: Wisconsin VH4D problems in reply to Walt Braymen, 07-12-2014 11:43:49  
You're asking on the wrong forum. Ask on tractor talk or just about any of the tractor forums. VH4D was popular in lots of swathers.

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