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Need light switch for a/c 1941 b

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nelson

05-16-2002 06:19:56




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help rebuilding 1941 a/c b. working on electrical system. can't find new-ha, or rebuilt light switch. the one that not only turns on the lights ,but also has 2 setting to charge the battery. any leads, or anybody got one?




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Steve in N.J.

05-17-2002 07:15:56




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 Re: need light switch for a/c 1941 b in reply to nelson, 05-16-2002 06:19:56  
Nelson,

If you just need the "push/pull lever assy" I have them new also with or without the knob if I can help ya out.... Steve



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Steve in N.J.

05-16-2002 17:21:35




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 Re: need light switch for a/c 1941 b in reply to nelson, 05-16-2002 06:19:56  
Nelson,

Drop me an e-mail. I could probably help ya out.
Steve



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joseph r mi.

05-16-2002 17:52:00




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 Re: Re: need light switch for a/c 1941 b in reply to Butch (OH), 05-16-2002 10:14:34  
try agri-services alden ny 1 716 937 6618 or on line . they have a new switch for 49.95 avalable. i have just received a wire harness from them for my 51 allis b and am very pleased with the looks and quality of it.to make my restoration compete i will probably get both switches from them.they come with black knobs also.



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