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Bob (Aust)

01-02-2013 12:14:45

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Or delete all that ancient stuff like the points and condenser and install Pertronix electronic ignition and never have to do all that stuff again! :D

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Jason S.

01-02-2013 12:32:31

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 Re: Tune up part numbers in reply to Bob (Aust), 01-02-2013 12:14:45  
Even if you install Pertronix, it is wise to carry your old points with you because Pertronix can fail and if you have your old points you can swap them out and fire it back up. Yes I did have a Pertronix go out in a truck of mine, right in the middle of town. All the Pertronix in the world still won't fix cheap distributor caps, cheap coils, cheap wires, and etc... I have nothing against converting them over to electronic. But I do think that points have gotten a bad rap because of some of the cheap sets on the market today. I have seen cheap sets that didn't last 2 weeks. That blue streak set in the picture is in my tractor, and that tractor does all the plowing, disking,cultivating,raking hay,sickle mowing but never once have I had to change the points out. I guess I'm kind of old school though, my tractor is still 6 volts and I intend on leaving it 6 volt. But for someone who doesn't have access to a quality point set, I would recommend changing it to Pertronix.

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