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656 spark plug wires

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01-01-2018 10:36:59

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A couple of weeks ago I posted about calves chewing the plug wires off my 656 and I needed to figure out the correct sequence from the distributor. Thanks for the replies. Went to put the new wires on yesterday and discovered the distributer cap is numbered in the right sequence. Keeps even an amateur like me from screwing up.

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01-01-2018 22:06:02

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 Re: 656 spark plug wires in reply to timbernt, 01-01-2018 10:36:59  
Ah yep sure is , just stuff them in the cap and place them on the correct plug your good to go . Now i will add this , when ever you install new points and cond. Check the ing timing and set at the proper advance for your tractor also make sure that the centrifugal advance is working in the dist.

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01-01-2018 14:10:14

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 Re: 656 spark plug wires in reply to timbernt, 01-01-2018 10:36:59  
Hopefully you got true wire plug wires not the carbon wire made for cars and truck because if you did not get wire plug wires you will be replacing them soon

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01-01-2018 10:49:31

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 Re: 656 spark plug wires in reply to timbernt, 01-01-2018 10:36:59  
Good to hear you got it going!

Lucky it wasn't a modern aftermarket cap 'cause it wouldn't have been numbered, and, likely wouldn't have even fit right!

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