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Re: Working on 8N Tomorrow

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06-05-2013 05:27:50

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here's a tip.

if it is a side dizzy, and you don't have a condensor handy for a side mount.. but do have a front mount condensor, and you think it's the condensor.

you can remove the side mount faulty one. assemble dizzy.

attach front mount condensor pigtail to feedthru post on side of dizzy, then ground body of condensor to chassis.

electrically it will be the same.. :)

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06-05-2013 06:20:55

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 Re: Working on 8N Tomorrow in reply to soundguy, 06-05-2013 05:27:50  
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Neat trick...

I've got one front mount condenser that I clipped the mounting tab off of to go inside a side mount. Condenser I got at Napa has a removable mounting tab (???).

I clipped off the tab, since it was 180 off from what I needed and slipped it into the side mount tab.

Its much simpler to do than the explanation. On that one it turned out the condenser wasn't bad after all, just out of time.

If it turns out that way hope he doesn't mind having a front mount condenser taped to the outside of his side mount for a few days. :lol:

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06-05-2013 06:42:30

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 Re: Working on 8N Tomorrow in reply to JCinKY, 06-05-2013 06:20:55  
but it will run.. :) ( if that was the issue.. )

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06-05-2013 07:19:39

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 Re: Working on 8N Tomorrow in reply to soundguy, 06-05-2013 06:42:30  
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Yes sir. I think he's got a few acres that he needs to bush hog.

One thing I can't forget while at work, is to print JMORs wiring diagrams. I've only done 2 12v conversions and all my stuff is still 6v.

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06-05-2013 11:36:08

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 Re: Working on 8N Tomorrow in reply to JCinKY, 06-05-2013 07:19:39  
12v is pretty easy.

in general.. most o fthe N wireing stays put.. and you can retask a few wires that were for the vreg and genny.

for instance.

ignition and headlamp and starter wiring remains unchanged * ( add 12v lamps.. and add correct coil, and if need be, resistor inline. )

for the alt to genny swap.

line going to armature goes to charge stud. at reg. connect bat and arm wires and remove reg.

run the field wire to the #1 on the alt on one side.. and on the other side.. run it to a 194 lamp then to the key switch.

jump #2 to charge stud.

that's pretty much it...

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