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Ford 9N, 2N & 8N Discussion Forum
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Cut out points replacement

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Richard from SE AZ

01-11-2018 17:35:58




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Here or the pictures of the diode (bridge rectifier ) that I replaced the cutout points with. No dead battery issues since I did this a few years ago.

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kleinerpiner

01-16-2018 09:28:48




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 01-11-2018 17:35:58  
This looks like a good solution for my 9N.

How may diodes are needed? You mentioned "bridge rectifier", which leads to think maybe more than one diode is needed for the bridge?

Are there voltage or current ratings on these?

And last, where did you order them from?

Thanks for sharing the tip!



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soundguy

01-16-2018 11:49:30




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to kleinerpiner, 01-16-2018 09:28:48  
the bridge has 4 diode segments, you only need one of them... depending on what bridge you buy, it's easy to get 25a and 50a models. PIV of an anemic 50 or above will suffice.



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R Geiger

01-14-2018 18:43:57




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 01-11-2018 17:35:58  
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Before Voltage regulators cutout relays (points) were used to disconnect the generator from the alltery when tractor was not running. Voltage regulators still have a cutout relay in them.



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Caryc

01-14-2018 16:45:17




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 01-11-2018 17:35:58  
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OK, I'm a little behind here, what are these cutout points to which you're referring?



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howdy1960

01-13-2018 07:56:15




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 01-11-2018 17:35:58  
On recommendation of folks here I did same thing to mine and had zero issues till this winter. Come spring I get to find out where the magic smoke escaped from.



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Royse

01-12-2018 04:50:53




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 01-11-2018 17:35:58  
Thank you!



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Royse

01-11-2018 19:45:10




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 01-11-2018 17:35:58  
Looks like a neat job Richard.

I've not had problems with my cutouts like I did with my regulators.

But just in case I do, what were the part numbers of those diodes?



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Richard from SE AZ

01-11-2018 21:09:38




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to Royse, 01-11-2018 19:45:10  
This is the number on the diode KBPC5010



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Richard from SE AZ

01-11-2018 21:15:57




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 Re: Cut out points replacement in reply to Richard from SE AZ, 01-11-2018 21:09:38  
They cost about one dollar or less. I ordered five for $.83 each. I have set up a couple of other owners tractors with these.



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