Sure, but when you live 30 miles from town and dont have a wrench that small, you use what you have. Just like if you don't happen to own a 3" wrench, a pipe wrench has to suffice. I measured the continuity to the coil with the power off, I read that it was supposed to be 2.4 ohms for 6 volt. I am trying like hell to figure out what the problem is and not just replace a crapload of parts, but I am about over it. I need this thing to run very soon and I work very long hours so no time to play with it. Thanks for all the tips, will read through them again and see if there is something there I have missed.
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