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Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine.

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Dandy Dave

05-08-2009 04:15:28
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Is there anywhere that I can get an ignition module for a solid state ignition, and a fuel pump kit for the S-14D Wisconsin on this unit? Tractor model is a 1476. Thanks, Dandy Dave!




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Dandy Dave

05-11-2009 04:33:42
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 Re: Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine. in reply to Dandy Dave, 05-08-2009 04:15:28  
It could very well be that they are the same family of engine. Pointless solid state ignition was an option and not used on all S-14D's. Dandy Dave!



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Dandy Dave

05-10-2009 03:41:37
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 Re: Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine. in reply to Dandy Dave, 05-08-2009 04:15:28  
Idj. Hard to use an automotive coil and condenser if the motor does not have points. Thanks all the same. Dandy Dave!



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ldj

05-10-2009 11:38:39
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 Re: Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine. in reply to Dandy Dave, 05-10-2009 03:41:37  
Hummm I have a S 8D and a TRA 10 which I thought is the same family of engines and both have points. Sorry, my error.



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Dandy Dave

05-10-2009 03:37:17
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 Re: Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine. in reply to Dandy Dave, 05-08-2009 04:15:28  
Kent, We have looked in Sten's and do not see it listed. Looks a lot like an AC from a Kohler 301 series. May try a pulsating pump. Thanks, Dandy Dave!



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Dandy Dave

05-10-2009 03:32:48
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 Re: Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine. in reply to Dandy Dave, 05-08-2009 04:15:28  
Thanks Bob for that information. Dandy Dave!



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Kentb of SWMO

05-08-2009 05:48:41
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 Re: Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine. in reply to Dandy Dave, 05-08-2009 04:15:28  
You should be able to get a mechanical fuel pump from STEN's. If you can not find a mechanical fuel pump you could use a vacuum pulse fuel pump.

Kent



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Bob

05-08-2009 05:22:10
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 Re: Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine. in reply to Dandy Dave, 05-08-2009 04:15:28  
There's a guy making replacements for the modules...

http://overnight-solutions.com

If you can't find a fuel pump, replace it with a low pressure electric unit typically used as a replacement on older foreign cars.



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ldj

05-08-2009 08:12:54
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 Re: Bolens Husky with S-14D Wisconsin engine. in reply to Bob, 05-08-2009 05:22:10  
Dandy Dave,
Without knowing exactly what you are after, originality, looks, or to make it work. You can use an automotive coil and condenser and run it off your battery, do away with the magneto. The fuel pump. I had one that the fuel pump kept going bad so I mounted a fuel tank high and let Mother Natures gravity feed the fuel. Didn't look too good but it worked many years and save a lots of $.

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