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"OK" is sort of 'OK', I guess, but I don't see your ammeter telling you much, as it will not read either charging or discharging (load) current as wired, with alternator & ign both tied directly to battery side of solenoid.......but the tractor should run like that.
"Click" is most often a bad connection at one end of either battery cable, a weak battery, a bad cable, a bad starter with a good solenoid. If with a known good battery, you still have same results, after ensuring connections & cables, give starter housing a good solid 'whack' while holding the start button down. Sometimes this will temporarily gain brush to commutator contact when brushes/brush springs are shot.
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