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05-09-2013 12:59:20

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You may want to check the auto supply like NAPA.Auto Zone,etc.Harley sells them for the tour box.element that you have should be six volt.must match tractor volts good luck have good day Geo

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24 volt..John,PA

05-10-2013 02:10:25

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 Re: Reproduction part? in reply to GEO/2/8NS/now 3, 05-09-2013 12:59:20  
We always had 12 volt cigar lighters onboard our aircraft, up front! tHEY GET HOT QUICK on a 24 volt electrical system.

In our day, cigars were the choice for the flight crews. Except, of course, during FUEL DUMPING procedures. 130 oct. AV. GAS. Color of fuel was pretty rosey.


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05-10-2013 17:19:54

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 Re: Reproduction part? in reply to 24 volt..John,PA, 05-10-2013 02:10:25  
Red, Blue, Green, Purple. Uncle went to Purple for everything around 1962. Trouble was, the cheapest way to increase octane of gasoline is to add tetraethyl lead to it and that's exactly what the contractors did. Fuel had so much lead in it that it would solder sparkplug electrodes together. Necessity being the mother of invention, TCP (Tomcatpiss) came along. Carried that TCP along with us. You're right about the "smoke of choice". Guys used to fill up their cigar lighters with the purple stuff when draining sumps. You could tell who the aircrews were at the club when they lit their stogies with a flame thrower.

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