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like said, you can use a switch or key switch to ground the mag.
I use them, just have to remember that on is off :) Better idea is a key switch or push-pull switch designed for mags.
Most of my antique Wheel Horse's have them and a couple of my mag tractors have them.
Turn the key on and the mag is 'live' turn key off and it grounds the mag.
Most of these mag key switches also have a start position which
I would not use on your tractor. use the push button safety switch you have.
The mag key switch is just handy, so you don't get things backwards if you have a lot of equipment.
"why won't this thing start?" :D
This post was edited by NoNewParts at 16:34:41 12/06/13.
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