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Re: 7700 turbo

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dboll

10-10-2013 05:35:16
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if the batteries have a common ground and both positive terminals go to the starter it is parralel, if the positive of one batt. goes to the neg. of the other then it is series, my guess is the former, hopefully it doesn't have a cluster #$%^ electrical system like a 4020




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dboll

10-10-2013 05:38:00
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 Re: 7700 turbo in reply to dboll, 10-10-2013 05:35:16  
I wouldn't think it would as a 7700 turbo was made way after jd abandoned that dumb a$$ system, the electrical systems on all of the tractors we have owned worked just fine without a split load system



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Nathaniel Watts

10-10-2013 06:18:43
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 Re: 7700 turbo in reply to dboll, 10-10-2013 05:38:00  
The only people who bash the 24 volt are the ones who don't understand it. If you keep clean battery connections, it gives just as good of service as anything else.



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dboll

10-10-2013 12:19:16
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 Re: 7700 turbo in reply to Nathaniel Watts, 10-10-2013 06:18:43  
why do you need it? everything else started and worked without it IH, Oliver, Case ect., are you another one of those jd's perfect people?



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Nathaniel Watts

10-11-2013 16:43:05
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 Re: 7700 turbo in reply to dboll, 10-10-2013 12:19:16  
Nope, I own all kinds. I have a 730 diesel that cranks when nothing else will. It may not me what everyone is used to, but it is a good system and worked a long time. You just can't butcher the wiring and have poor connections.



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