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Dual Power Coil Update

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FOMOCO Farmer

04-22-2014 17:55:10




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I picked a coil from Bobcat today. $54.94 plus a 50 mile trip. Took the old coil with me, dead on replacement. New one has two wires old one has only one. When I took the valve out of the TW35 I noticed the coil was shorter than the new one. Evidently Ford changed the stem that the coil goes on from the early models to the late ones. This Bobcat coil would not work on it. I had an old valve assembly from a TW25. I took the stem out of it and put it in the TW35 valve. It is shifting as it should. Now, what coil fits the later valves? It looks like it is made onto the stem. Gonna try to take it apart later. Bobcat part # is 6671025. Thanks!!

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RodInNS

04-22-2014 21:46:08




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 Re: Dual Power Coil Update in reply to FOMOCO Farmer, 04-22-2014 17:55:10  
I think if it was mine I'd be scraping the paint off and get the OEM part number off the coil, then go to that supplier be it bosch or whomever...

Rod



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FOMOCO Farmer

04-23-2014 06:17:49




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 Re: Dual Power Coil Update in reply to RodInNS, 04-22-2014 21:46:08  
Here is the # off 1 coil: 60 6670 12VDC 462. This is the 1 that matches the Bobcat#. Dimensions are :1-1/2"tall, 1-1/8" diameter, 1/2" hole in center. Other coil has no numbers. Dimensions are: 1-1/8"tall. 1-1/8" diameter, can't measure hole in center. This coil looks to made on to the plumger. Wish I could post a picture.



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Bob

04-22-2014 20:27:03




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 Re: Dual Power Coil Update in reply to FOMOCO Farmer, 04-22-2014 17:55:10  
I am REALLY dumb???? but what is the connection between "bobcat" and a 195 HP "Ford" tractor???



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FOMOCO Farmer

04-23-2014 05:14:26




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 Re: Dual Power Coil Update in reply to Bob, 04-22-2014 20:27:03  
NH doesn't offer the coil that controls the dual power valve. You have to purchase the valve assembly at $422.00. Usually all that goes wrong is the coil. So, for $54.94,I hopefully fixed the tractor.



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RickB

04-23-2014 02:41:19




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 Re: Dual Power Coil Update in reply to Bob, 04-22-2014 20:27:03  
Apparently both manufacturers shopped for components at the same place. Not really an unusual thing for a manufacturer to outsource components.



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