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case LA magneto to mag drive fiber connector

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03-23-2007 22:42:22

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Well its been a while since I posted here. My LA"s engine is almost all together finally seems like every time I think I"ll get a chance to work on it somethin else comes up but maybe some day it"ll run. My question is where do I get the little fiber connector that connects the mag to the mag drive. When I got my tractor someone had converted it over to a wico model x mag. The mag was froze up so I got an origional case C-4MA mag off ebay. I just went to put it on and it seems as though the fiber connector that was used with the wico mag is to long. When I put the case mag on the base the connector sets it back to far so that I can not bolt the mag down. If anybody out there has a good used connecter that they"d like to sell or if somebody knows where I could get a new one I"d sure appreacate it. Thanks a bunch.

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Walt Davies

03-24-2007 09:04:01

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 Re: case LA magneto to mag drive fiber connector in reply to combinekid, 03-23-2007 22:42:22  
I think i have one I'll send it to you if I can find it No charge.

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03-24-2007 18:26:42

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 Re: case LA magneto to mag drive fiber connector in reply to Walt Davies, 03-24-2007 09:04:01  
Well Walt if you wouldn't mind I could sure use it. Thanks a bunch. e-mail me if you need my address.

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Walt Davies

03-24-2007 19:13:24

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 Re: case LA magneto to mag drive fiber connector in reply to combinekid, 03-24-2007 18:26:42  
I got it, it has a small spot in one of the dogs that need to be repaired but no big deal a little brazing and file it straight I can fix it for if you want me to to.
Walt Email: Daviesw739@aol.com with address just in case.

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Bob from Australia

03-24-2007 12:49:17

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 Re: case LA magneto to mag drive fiber connector in reply to Walt Davies, 03-24-2007 09:04:01  
On my tractors (C, L, LA) the connecting collar is metal, not fibre as on the Wico. I had one machined up, can't tell the difference between it and the originals on the other tractors.

I have been told that it is possible to make one up from a plastic cutting board.

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03-24-2007 18:17:51

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 Re: case LA magneto to mag drive fiber connector in reply to Bob from Australia, 03-24-2007 12:49:17  
The Robert Bosch mag used on the early C's should have the fiber drive. I don't think the American Bosch, or the Case mag needs one. They can be steel. I have been told that the Robert Bosch drive shaft is energized, and it needs to be insulated to work properly. Please let me know if I am wrong. DK

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