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02-19-2003 17:06:10

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Hi All,

I'm restoring my little C. It's getting close to being finished. A few questions though. Does anyone know if my 1949 uses the three position light/charging switch? Also, Should I have a voltage regulator on my generator or just a cut-out?


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Duey (IA)

02-20-2003 07:38:48

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 Re: 49 Allis C in reply to Jeff, 02-19-2003 17:06:10  
I sent you a wire diagram of both types. Duey

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Steve in N.J.

02-19-2003 18:32:33

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 Re: 49 Allis C in reply to Jeff, 02-19-2003 17:06:10  
Should have the standard three position headlight/charging switch & Reverse Current Relay. (cut-out) I have both in stock in you need them.... Steve B.

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