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A-C 615i (a fine Tractor)

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Rob Harris

04-12-2008 15:58:39




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I've had this old 615i since 1994. Mfg. was around the early 1970's, one of the last A-C's all American made. It Runs the 160 Power Crater (4) cylinder gas A-C engine, and it is 'strong'.

The electrical (all) is Delco-Remy, (thank you for that blessing A-C)...

The (org.) Delco #1112609 distributor is beginning to show ware in the way of; engine wants to opporate a bit to hot, timing advance is unsteady and so on.

I'm thinking, why not just change over to an 'electronic' distributor/ignition instead of going back with a mechanical.?.

I've spent some time on the web looking, and find 'lots' of stuff for $race$ $cars$ and such but, no mention of gas engine tractors, (imagine that;).

I'd appreciate any ideas about what-&-where on finding such change-out kits or whatever is best, please.

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While I'm on a roll here... page 2.

A hired hand (about 4 years ago) threw my oem "grill" away in a cleaning frenzy. It's was the one made of (about) 3/16" steel plate and honeycombed with about 80, 3/4" round holes in it - if anyone might have one they could fairly part with.

Also, in the mid 1990's I found a salvage outfit out of Virginia that specialized in all things tractor and heavy equipment. I ordered some parts from them by phone and they told me, "call any time, we got all sorts of A-C stuff". Now, of course I can't find their name or address any where.

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steve(ill)

04-13-2008 17:44:08




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 Re: A-C 615i (a fine Tractor) in reply to Rob Harris, 04-12-2008 15:58:39  
http://www.ytmag.com/cgi-bin/store/model_parts.cgi?SearchArea=AC&&md=D15&cat=Electrical%20System&r=mcats

try someone on unofficialallis dot com about body parts



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