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Re: Farmall Super A

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08-03-2013 16:10:03

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I have a 49 super a... Hard to crank and when it does it will just cut off. What should I check first, it is still a 6 volt system.

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08-03-2013 16:16:34

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 Re: Farmall Super A in reply to Hobby farm, 08-03-2013 16:10:03  
Bad battery cables or the wrong size battery cables will cause that as will a starter on its way out

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Hobby farm

08-03-2013 16:25:23

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 Re: Farmall Super A in reply to old, 08-03-2013 16:16:34  
Is there a parts list for a super a 12 volt conversion kit? I have seen kits for other models just not super a and I am not sure if they will work.

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08-03-2013 19:25:22

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 Re: Farmall Super A in reply to Hobby farm, 08-03-2013 16:25:23  
Not really a parts list as such. I do all my own from the ground up to convert to 12 volts. But I was also a Navy E.T. so wiring is child's play to me. You need an alternator for say a 1980 Chev pick up no power any thing no AC. A radio shack diode 276-1661 and the wires plus the plug that plugs in to the alternator. Archives are full of diagrams as to wiring it or I can explain it also

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