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Looking for Points or Distributor for a Contin. F124 motor

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05-14-2009 17:52:58

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I have a Rare 1941 Case VI tractor with a front loader of that era.I believe it is the 8th from the last one built of 734 made. I hate to replace the tractor with a upgraded distributor of today and lose value, but I would if I can"t find a regular tuneup ignition Kit that would fit my distributor I got now. The distributor goes down the middle of the head of the motor (continental f124).I found two models on here called Autolite and Prestolite and I believe it will not work because the distributor cap is made different. Also, there isn"t many places on the web for parts for a VI tractor that I can"t find. If anyone that restored or knows where I can go for ignition kit or whole assembly distributor for that tractor on the web or anywhere; I would be so thankful.

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05-26-2009 11:44:30

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 Re: Looking for Points or Distributor for a Contin. F124 ... in reply to TractorGuy29, 05-14-2009 17:52:58  
TG29- I have unlabeled F124 Industrial in 1950 U.S. Trac. Had hodge-podge of mismatched/burned ignition parts. NAPA guy did following: points=C5725A; condenser=AL869; rotor=AL69;dist. cap=AL70; plugs=516. Starts/runs great. HTH.

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05-15-2009 08:34:32

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 Re: Looking for Points or Distributor for a Contin. F124 ... in reply to TractorGuy29, 05-14-2009 17:52:58  
I got points,condenser,rotor and cap for my battery ignition VC through NAPA about 2 years ago. The VC was a rowcrop version but used the same engine.

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05-15-2009 06:44:34

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 Re: Looking for Points or Distributor for a Contin. F124 mot in reply to TractorGuy29, 05-14-2009 17:52:58  
Post a photo of the points and I can likely come up with a number for NAPA or Standard Ignition or Neihoff that you can get at a local parts store.

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05-14-2009 19:23:59

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 Re: Looking for Points or Distributor for a Contin. F124 ... in reply to TractorGuy29, 05-14-2009 17:52:58  
i probly have the right parts

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J. Schwiebert

05-14-2009 18:04:01

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 Re: Looking for Points or Distributor for a Contin. F124 ... in reply to TractorGuy29, 05-14-2009 17:52:58  
Just talking Continetal F models here. There should be an identification tag on the distributor. There were probably 6 or 7 differet distributors used, but a tune up kit should be available. F continetal used to be the number one fork lift engine so there are many parts out there. Questions? I can put you in contact with a Continetal distributor that will probaly have them on the shelf.

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