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Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay

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Bill

04-06-2002 16:19:22




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My tracor has a 6 volt system. The cut of relay that mounts on the generator doesn't work any more so I need a new one. It seems all the parts places indicate that rather than a cut of relay the tractor should have a voltage regulator. My tractor doesn't have a voltage regulator.Nor does the the wiring diagram show a voltage regulator. The operator manual indicates voltage is regulated by a resistance unit in the light switch. Also the voltage regulator called for looks to big to mount on the generator I have. Does any one know where I can get a cut of relay? I found one for a Ford but it will not mount on the generator. Also does anyone know why the parts companies parts listing show a voltage regulator?

Bill

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Dave

04-09-2002 13:25:44




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 Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Bill, 04-06-2002 16:19:22  
I can supply you with a nice replacemnet one-looks like original but is electronic,works better(more reliable) and mounts in a sddle mount-same as original,they are about $40 bucks i think. if that helps drop me a line.



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Steve/BB Custom Circuits

04-08-2002 15:04:21




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 Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Bill, 04-06-2002 16:19:22  
Bill,
I have the cut-out relays in stock if ya can't find one locally. E-mail me if ya need one...



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JMS/MN

04-06-2002 21:27:15




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 Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Bill, 04-06-2002 16:19:22  
Tractor parts are available at tractor dealers. When you go to an auto store, you get auto parts or will-maybe-fit parts. It is no different than trying to find Ford parts at your Chevy dealer or an appliance dealer.



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Rod (NH)

04-06-2002 22:13:18




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 Re: Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to JMS/MN, 04-06-2002 21:27:15  
I got that cut-out relay that didn't fit at a tractor dealer...old AC one at that! :o).



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Rod (NH)

04-06-2002 20:28:06




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 Re: Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Butch (OH), 04-06-2002 19:50:07  
Well, it sure LOOKS like the right thing. But then again so did the one I took back because it wouldn't fit. I am sure it would work...the key is will it fit the mounting holes in the gen. Not asking YOU this...it's just that with the last one I had, the mounting holes in the gen were closer together than even the minimum openings in the relay mounting bracket. I could have just hung the thing off one screw I suppose, but that would look like a real cluster-%@&$ arrangement :o).

BTW, what do you use for silver paint on your rear rims? I am not into hot dip galv because of cost.

Rod

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Rod (NH)

04-06-2002 19:35:26




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 Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Bill, 04-06-2002 16:19:22  
Hi Bill,

I'd be interested in finding a source also. My '42 B has the same arrangement with the 6v, third brush generator. The last time I had to replace the generator, I could not find a cut-out relay either but since the old one was still functional, I just reused it and did not spend a lot of time looking for a new one.

My first thought would be NAPA. They carry the EHCLIN line of electrical equipment which I have had good luck with in the past. They also seem to be pretty good at finding some of the older stuff.

If push comes to shove, you might consider getting a 6v mechanical regulator. Those old regulators also had a cut out relay in them so maybe you could just use that particular relay portion of the unit. That is if you just want to get it working and don't care about original design or appearance.

Rod.

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Bill

04-06-2002 19:54:01




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 Re: Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Rod (NH), 04-06-2002 19:35:26  
I bought a cut of for a Ford 9N It would work but it cannot be mounded on the generator. It shape is different and just will not work. Just have to find a place that sell one to fit on the delco generator for the allis.



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Butch (OH)

04-06-2002 18:37:30




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 Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Bill, 04-06-2002 16:19:22  
They are listed in the Value-Built catalog. Our TSC store has them along with a replacemnt solid-state job. Wouldn't be suprized if AGCO had them too.



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Bill

04-06-2002 18:49:56




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 Re: Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Butch (OH), 04-06-2002 18:37:30  
Butch

Both places you stated I have contacted. Their listings come up with 6 volt voltage regulators. The cut off relay is not a voltage regulator. Its basically a point type switch. Bill



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Butch (OH)

04-06-2002 19:26:21




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 Re: Re: Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Bill, 04-06-2002 18:49:56  
Yep, know the difference. Was just looking for same part for my 41WC. Value-Built lists both the cut-out and regulator for Autolite generators, think the cut-out was $29. TSC here has both on the shelf also. The solid state device I mentioned is also a cut-out, not a regulator. Doesn't look like, or mount like original though.



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Rod (NH)

04-06-2002 19:45:55




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Butch (OH), 04-06-2002 19:26:21  
Hey Butch,

Have you mounted one of those cut-outs for the Autolite on a Delco gen? The cut-out that was sold to me a few years back to go with a rebuilt Delco (see my post above) I wound up taking back because I would have had to rework it significantly just to get the mounting holes to line up...more than just re-drilling the holes...so I reused the old one.

Rod



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Butch(OH)

04-06-2002 19:54:29




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay in reply to Rod (NH), 04-06-2002 19:45:55  
Mine's still sit'en in the box Rod. Will let you know.



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