OK for what you are doing eliminate the ign wire from the generator/VR. Run a separate wire from the ignition switch to the coil. That takes care of the ignition. Then the big wire to the amp meter to the battery terminal on the starter. Then the little wire to the ignition switch.....not to the terminal that connects the ign wire. After that you can follow the wiring diagram for the rest, just ignore the charging and ignition system on the diagram.
Even if you replace all the wiring with different color wires, solder and shrink tube the connections it should cost under 50 bucks to rewire that tractor. If you do it yourself print out the wiring diagram and mark it with the color wires you use for future reference.
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