In Reply to: 46 2N coil posted by Tom Beddard ENC on January 23, 2013 at 17:11:21:
Hi neighbor from 20 miles away! I converted to 12 volts about 1990, replaced the 6v coil with 12v coil from Ford dealer, and used two resistors (the white ceramic and the tubular with wire wrapped around it). Lasted fine without complaint until converted to electronic ignition last year. It was working great for 22 years, and worked fine when I took it off, kept in a box with the old points in case the EI takes a vacation. It'd probably take 15 minutes to convert back (by-passed both resistors with new round 12v coil, but left them there for potential need).
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