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Allan In NE

12-25-2013 14:20:31
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LOL! I guess!

Now I can put that loader back on the hydro where it belongs. Don't like startin' the diesels in the winter.

Allan




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leon

12-26-2013 04:01:16
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 Re: That Was It! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-25-2013 14:20:31  
How do you get along with that old hydro in the winter? Work OK? Take a while for the hydro to warm up and work right? What fluid do you use in it? Same all year long I suppose? Having grown up in NE, I know the winters there aren't like northern Minnesota, but then it's no Florida either?



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Allan In NE

12-25-2013 14:24:14
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 Re: That Was It! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-25-2013 14:20:31  
Well now wait a derned minute here!

Since I fixin' foot shootings, I better put the resister coil back on the M where it came from.

That old gal has been phartin' and belchin too........points are burnt up, I'm thinkin' LOL!

Allan



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Janicholson

12-25-2013 14:28:02
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 Re: That Was It! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-25-2013 14:24:14  
Remember to check if it says no resistor needed it is a true 12v coil with thinner windings and runs at the 14.2 volts of the system (no internal resistor). If it says 12v external resistor required it needs the ballast resistor. Jim.



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Allan In NE

12-25-2013 14:33:09
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 Re: That Was It! in reply to Janicholson, 12-25-2013 14:28:02  
This 'weird' coil came off the M which had been converted to 12 volts by the PO. Not a resistor in sight.

Long and short of it, think I cost myself a set of points when I pulled that stunt........

Allan



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Janicholson

12-25-2013 18:27:24
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 Re: That Was It! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-25-2013 14:33:09  
Very possible. A 12v coil will usually have ~3.5 to 5 ohms. A coil for use with a external resistor, or a 6v coil will have ~2 to 3 ohms (between the small terminals when at least one is disconnected.



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