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Distributor for an LA

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03-24-2007 06:34:29

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This is a question out of curiousity for now. Has anyone put a distributor on an LA? How did you do it?

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04-08-2007 13:09:21

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 Re: Distributor for an LA in reply to SDLars, 03-24-2007 06:34:29  
I made a adaptor to mount a dist. on my 1948 LAI and it runs much better, adaptor must support a seal , hope to post a picture in the tractor photos soon,thought of making and selling this adaptor, but dont how much it wood be worth to a la or lai owner? it got me up and running again.

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04-08-2007 13:49:25

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 Re: Distributor for an LA in reply to DCDENNIS, 04-08-2007 13:09:21  
I just posted a picture of the dist. mount. on my lai, look for 1948 LAI, DCDENNIS

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Newton Miller

03-24-2007 10:17:41

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 Re: Distributor for an LA in reply to SDLars, 03-24-2007 06:34:29  
is your mag base mount or flange mount? if flange mount i have a reconditioned delco distributor that will bolt right on

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Walt Davies

03-24-2007 09:01:41

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 Re: Distributor for an LA in reply to SDLars, 03-24-2007 06:34:29  
Look on ebay setup a search to keep you informed when one comes up. they are hard to find and expensive. they use and adapter to replace the mag.

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