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1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing

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agjim

06-11-2020 18:04:26




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I have a 1940 A with a device on the side of the magneto for a cable to connect to for killing the engine. Where should the cable mount, on the steering support bracket?




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James Williams

06-13-2020 20:25:22




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to agjim, 06-11-2020 18:04:26  
I have a friend that has a business selling NOS parts.I got one from him several years ago.I can check with him and let you know



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blackhole49

06-12-2020 04:51:49




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to agjim, 06-11-2020 18:04:26  
Not sure how well it will show up, but mine is mounted on the steering column opposite the throttle.



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gene bender

06-12-2020 00:25:26




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to agjim, 06-11-2020 18:04:26  
yes that's where it goes



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IH GUY

06-12-2020 18:10:55




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to gene bender, 06-12-2020 00:25:26  
Gene would yo have or know somebody who would have a corn cultivator and moldboard plow for a Farmall b?
Thanks



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Mexico46958

06-13-2020 18:30:32




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to IH GUY, 06-12-2020 18:10:55  
Sgl 16 in. mounted plow for a 'B'. Located in North Central Indiana. Have the front fork connector but no lift or rockshaft. Asking $200.



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gene bender

06-12-2020 22:51:01




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to IH GUY, 06-12-2020 18:10:55  
you need to keep checking the adds those are getting harder to find then when you do find one getting all the parts is the next issue



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agjim

06-12-2020 00:49:36




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to gene bender, 06-12-2020 00:25:26  
Thanks Gene. It looks like the cable housing is smaller than most choke cables. Where might I find the correct cable?



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gene bender

06-12-2020 10:11:10




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to agjim, 06-12-2020 00:49:36  
take your measurement for and go shopping probably will get better results using google you can spend lots of time running around when your fingers can do the shopping



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formerly ny bill

06-12-2020 04:03:56




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to agjim, 06-12-2020 00:49:36  
doesn't that wire just make a handy way to ground the mag from the seat, vs actually push/pull anything? in that case, wouldn't any wire that fits thru the sheath work? Jim, you know me and electricity.... Quite unusual to have the original housing still there after all those years.



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agjim

06-12-2020 18:30:34




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to formerly ny bill, 06-12-2020 04:03:56  
Hello Bill. I assumed it went thru a housing like choke cables do but the retainer on the mag looks smaller than what would let a regular choke housing fit in. After hearing the other comments just a bear wire without a shield would do the job till I find something better. I have plenty of welding wire which would make it functional.

Did you get my email about the changes with G-Roundup? If not I'll resend it.

Thanks to everyone for your help on my little project.

Jim

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formerly ny bill

06-12-2020 19:26:46




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to agjim, 06-12-2020 18:30:34  
yes, I got that email. Maybe I can load up the Cub and head that way in October. (always good to have a goal). I also found a NH round baler at a dealer in Oxford, Al. guess its a little too far to go for a baler, though.



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agjim

06-12-2020 23:57:05




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to formerly ny bill, 06-12-2020 19:26:46  
Do I need to bring it here for you to pick up? Just had my heart worked on a few weeks ago so that would be a reminder of when we met.



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Russ from MN

06-12-2020 06:06:08




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to formerly ny bill, 06-12-2020 04:03:56  
Wire feed welding wire is available in different sizes, and some of it is pretty good wire.



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DeltaRed

06-12-2020 06:21:32




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 Re: 1940 A Farmall pull cable for killing in reply to Russ from MN, 06-12-2020 06:06:08  
Just find a buddy with a wire feed and have him give you some.No need to buy a roll just for less than 10 feet. However,make sure it's not flux core. It should be solid core.



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