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12 Volt Conversion Kit for1950 WD.

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03-05-2003 14:35:41

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Does anyone know where I can buy a complete conversion kit to convert from 6V to 12V? Will need all parts and instructions.

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Kevin (Oh)

03-11-2003 13:23:30

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 Re: 12 Volt Conversion Kit for1950 WD. in reply to TulsaTractorGuy, 03-05-2003 14:35:41  
is Genesee's web sight.

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03-11-2003 13:13:37

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 Re: 12 Volt Conversion Kit for1950 WD. in reply to TulsaTractorGuy, 03-05-2003 14:35:41  
I got my 6-12V conversion from Genessee Products.
They can provide you with just the harness, or the whole works.

I converted from 6V pos grd to 12 neg grd with alternator.

I bought the harness from Genessee, got the 10SI alternator from Autozone and fabricated my bracket. They were great to work with. The wiring on my D-14 was not original. The key switch had been substituted for a different style. They even sent an extra hookup wire and told me how to wire it with my switch.

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03-05-2003 19:50:07

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 Re: 12 Volt Conversion Kit for1950 WD. in reply to TulsaTractorGuy, 03-05-2003 14:35:41  
the alternator of choice is a DELCO 10SI which was common on most general motors cars and trucks from 1975 to 1985. You can get one at Auto Zone for $40. ask for 1975 chevy truck alternator, basic, no options (probably 40 amp output). You can do the wiring yourself, or have it made if you are not comfortable with that. There is a big charge wire, about 10 gauge from the alternator big terminal to the ampmeter-battery, and then two smaller wires. One small jumpered to the big +12 terminal, and the other one has a dropping resistor and goes to the key or togglel off switch. This wire must be shut off when tractor motor is off. I will send you a simple picture of wiring.

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