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Re: Where to Find WD45 Cut off relay

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Butch (OH)

04-06-2002 18:37:30

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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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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  

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.


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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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