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Fairbanks Morse Mag

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cletis

08-14-2007 04:16:26




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Am looking for the names of some reputable folks that can rebuild the mag off my "C" Thanks




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Cletis

08-17-2007 04:48:48




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 Re: Fairbanks Morse Mag in reply to cletis, 08-14-2007 04:16:26  
Thanks to everyone for the help offered and the referral.



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Steve in N.J.

08-16-2007 17:40:18




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 Re: Fairbanks Morse Mag in reply to cletis, 08-14-2007 04:16:26  
We offer complete rebuilding services, parts, and information on Magneto's. We are especially a F/M dealer and repair facility. Drop us a line if interested. Be happy to help you out...! Thank You fellows for the referral. It's appreciated!
Steve@B&B



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08-15-2007 19:30:11




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 Re: Fairbanks Morse Mag in reply to cletis, 08-14-2007 04:16:26  
Steve Barbato moved.

County Rd 519
Newton, NJ

email is the same



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old

08-14-2007 07:56:16




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 Re: Fairbanks Morse Mag in reply to cletis, 08-14-2007 04:16:26  
For the most part mags are simple to rebuild if you have the manual that is. If you need the manual let me know and I'll send you one if you send me an e-mail so I can



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El Toro

08-14-2007 06:24:01




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 Re: Fairbanks Morse Mag in reply to cletis, 08-14-2007 04:16:26  
Why don't you rebuild it yourself? Parts are readily available. If you decide to pull that mag off the engine make sure you make a note where the rotor is pointing. Then don't rotate
the engine once the mag is off. When you reinstall the mag just rotate the rotor to the position when you removed the mag. I would make sketch on paper so you don't forget. Once you do this your engine and mag will be back in time.

This is so you don't need to bring No1 piston to TDC on the compression stroke. Hal

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stu (ON)

08-14-2007 04:30:48




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 Re: Fairbanks Morse Mag in reply to cletis, 08-14-2007 04:16:26  
Steve Barbados
CustomCircuits@gmail.com
973-697-5747
Oak Ridge, NJ



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