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Re: wiring tutorial- early 8N generator terminals

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Ultradog MN

10-31-2012 19:14:45

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You got Oldtanker's parts and now you're trying to make em work.
I'm thinking Rick would have taught you the folly of 6V in this climate if he gave you his old stuff.
Pay me now or pay me later.
12V is the only way to go in Cold Country.
6V gets you by.
12 V gets you confident.

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Mr. T. Minnesota

11-01-2012 03:54:07

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 Re: wiring tutorial- early 8N generator terminals in reply to Ultradog MN, 10-31-2012 19:14:45  
Thought you would have figured out my mentality by now:) Remember, I am the one that works on 6 volt Wincharger generators and run that vintage wind driven power system at my man cave in the record holding coldest area in the state-Tower -60 F. I enjoy the challenge and if it worked then, it will work now. I enjoy the commentary on the Forum:)!
Mr. T. Minnesota

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Ultradog MN

11-01-2012 18:41:09

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 Re: wiring tutorial- early 8N generator terminals in reply to Mr. T. Minnesota, 11-01-2012 03:54:07  
Now I got it.
So what's your plan with the 6V stuff.
Has to be keep it inside and warm before you start it or you don't plan to drive it at all in January when it's - 60 on your turf.
12V prolly wouldn't do the job either in those temps.

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10-31-2012 21:58:53

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 Re: wiring tutorial- early 8N generator terminals in reply to Ultradog MN, 10-31-2012 19:14:45  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

LOL I think he wants to get his tractor to as close to original as possible.


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