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Farmall Super A magneto coil

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EvoShield

02-29-2016 11:05:27




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Inherited a Farmall Super A 6 volt. Looking it over has brand new magneto coil. It does not have the sleeve or iron rod that goes inside it. I'm might be little vague in description. I'm no mechanic. I've called everywhere can think of looking for it. Can anyone please tell me where to find?
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tractorguy2

02-29-2016 20:03:51




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 Re: Farmall Super A magneto coil in reply to EvoShield, 02-29-2016 11:05:27  
The part is called a coil core. I bought a core last year from a magneto rebuilder. They charged me $10.00



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teddy52food

02-29-2016 19:11:42




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 Re: Farmall Super A magneto coil in reply to EvoShield, 02-29-2016 11:05:27  
I have extra's of those. $5.00 + mailing.



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560Dennis

02-29-2016 18:26:16




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 Re: Farmall Super A magneto coil in reply to EvoShield, 02-29-2016 11:05:27  
I would goto EBay or Steiners ,sorry you having a tussle finding one. I hope this helps



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Bob

02-29-2016 13:52:41




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 Re: Farmall Super A magneto coil in reply to EvoShield, 02-29-2016 11:05:27  
Part # for the coil core was 21314DX, subs to #21314D, UNBELIEVABLY almost $600 at the STEALERSHIP!

A GOOGLE search for the number will bring up quite a few sources.

Here's a several links you may find useful:

Official Parts Lookup:

http://partstore.caseih.com/us/parts-search.html#epc::mr54057

Previous thread here on the subject:

http://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=1173875

Link to Official Blue Ribbon Mag Service Manual:

http://www.cleancomputes.com/Cub/Blue%20Ribbon%20Service%20Manuals/GSS-5035%20Service%20Manual%20Magnetos/index.html

http://www.cleancomputes.com/Cub/Blue%20Ribbon%20Service%20Manuals/GSS-5035%20Service%20Manual%20Magnetos/index.html

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duane rushlo

02-29-2016 12:46:38




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 Re: Farmall Super A magneto coil in reply to EvoShield, 02-29-2016 11:05:27  
I have the medal shaft that goes in side of coil I will sell you one for 25.00 shipped to you if interested call me at 989 912 0083



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