Sorry , I seem to have a problem in my explanations. What I have is a 52 Super C that has been converted to 12 volts ( 12 volt battery , 12 volt alternator and a 12 to 6 volt resister in the circuit to the coil. The tractor will not start and I suspect a bad coil since I can't get spark to jump from the coil to ground or from the plug wires to ground. I thought if I was going to buy a new coil why not just go with a 12 volt coil and eliminate the 12 to 6 resister.There is an original looking 12 volt coil in the parts area of this site but they can't tell me if I need a resister with it so I'm stumpt. HELP
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