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Re: Late A battery box

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11-19-2013 13:52:08

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A late A should have a large battery box. Big enough to hold 2 6v group 1 batteries in series.

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11-19-2013 14:32:56

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 Re: Late A battery box in reply to rla, 11-19-2013 13:52:08  
Thanks guys for the info, its the first time i seen this setup so it means i havent seen many or any late Bs

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Bob Collins

11-19-2013 14:37:32

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 Re: Late A battery box in reply to donwisc, 11-19-2013 14:32:56  
Your first post said late "A", now you say late "B", I suspect a typo. Late "B' tractors had a small battery box for a 6 volt battery, BUT there was an option for a heavy duty electrical system with a big battery box. I have never seen one and don't know if I have the terms correct.

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11-19-2013 15:55:55

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 Re: Late A battery box in reply to Bob Collins, 11-19-2013 14:37:32  
Sorry guys, had a brain freeze. I knew about the A's and I meant to say late B and now it makes sense.

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11-19-2013 16:04:25

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 Re: Late A battery box in reply to donwisc, 11-19-2013 15:55:55  
And the conversion kit was number AB4293R which was a modified "A" battery box to hold 2 six volt batteries wired in parallel for more cranking power in extremely cold staring conditions.

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