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Got my 300U converted to 12V.

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Randy

05-29-2002 06:23:21




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Converted my 300U over to 12 volts last weekend. I used some of the old wire harness and double checked all my connections but I could't get any juice to the starter. I finally gave up and rewired the whole thing over with new wire and had the same problem with nothing happening when I turn the key. Finally I noticed on Bob M's wiring diagram a wire running from ampmeter to ignition switch. I connected a wire with two alligator clips from meter to switch and she fired right up. I was so relieved that I had to have a few brewskeys. Just want to thank Bob M for his instructions and wiring diagrams I used. I used a combination of his M and diagram for tractors with magneto's and solenoid operated starters. Just wanted to let others know in case they run into the same problem. Also I think my 6 volt solenoid is handling the 12 volts ok. Tractor starts so fast it doesn't have time to get hot.

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Bob M

05-29-2002 10:46:50




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 Re: Got my 300U converted to 12V. in reply to Randy, 05-29-2002 06:23:21  
Hey Randy - Congratulate yourself on a job well done....you da man!!



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Dan Kelley

05-29-2002 21:26:50




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 Re: Re: Got my 300U converted to 12V. in reply to Bob M, 05-29-2002 10:46:50  
I love it when a plan comes together. You deserve the brew-skis.

I remember when I first got my M home. I wired up a new starter solinoid, new battery cables and all that good stuff. It would not turn over. The starter clunked but didn't spin. I was all ready to give up for the night, and decided to turn over the motor by hand. No go. "OH NO, ITS STUCK!" I found a big wrench, and pulled a little on the hand crank socket on the crank shaft. One little tug, and she popped loose. After that, when I tried the starter, she fired right off. Brew-ski time!

It is so neat when something finally goes right.

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