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Doug Shaw

05-10-2020 19:51:17




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ANYONE KNOW WHAT MAG IT TAKES AND WHO WOULD HAVE ONE?




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Les Gitts

05-17-2020 07:52:56




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Doug Shaw, 05-10-2020 19:51:17  
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The correct magneto for your tractor is a Fairbanks-Morse type R-2 base mount. JD's part # AC432R. Only used on GP's. If you have access to a GP part's book, look on pages 83 and 84. How big of hurry are you to find one? I just sent (3) of them to Mark's Magnetos in CT for total rebuild. When they're done, I'll have a spare available, but I don't know when they'll be done, may not be until late fall. These mags are pretty expensive. Feel free to PM me.

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Pete in MD

05-11-2020 08:58:35




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Doug Shaw, 05-10-2020 19:51:17  
Service Manual-2024 shows for GPWT:

DLTX-5 and DLTX-15 for ser# 402040 to 404809.

DLTX-17 for ser# 404810 to end of production.

Note:
For ser# 400000 to 402039 I'd go with what Sleufoot said.
As far as trying to locate one the GP also used the DLTX-5 and DLTX-15 and the BR/BO used the DLTX-15.



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Sleufoot

05-11-2020 12:44:19




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Pete in MD, 05-11-2020 08:58:35  
Pete, aren't the numbers you have listed carbs?? The 2 sources I have show Fairbanks Morse R2 as the only mag. Tom in Mn.



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Pete in MD

05-11-2020 13:07:56




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Sleufoot, 05-11-2020 12:44:19  
Tom,

I don't know what you mean by "listed carbs".

The info I posted is from the JD carburetor service manual for 2cyl tractors and engines, SM-2024.



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Sleufoot

05-11-2020 14:09:13




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Pete in MD, 05-11-2020 13:07:56  
Hi Pete, I guess this old Norwegian (me) is confused. Both of my sources show that the numbers you have listed are carburetor numbers. Does SM-2024 list them as mags.? Tom



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Pete in MD

05-11-2020 16:27:05




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Sleufoot, 05-11-2020 14:09:13  
Tom, my mistake. This old Swede needs to make sure he reads posts more closely.



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Mark-IA

05-11-2020 14:06:56




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Pete in MD, 05-11-2020 13:07:56  
He's looking for a mag, not a crab as you have listed.



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Mark-IA

05-11-2020 14:08:22




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Mark-IA, 05-11-2020 14:06:56  
carb not crab, sorry.



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mark poss

05-11-2020 03:45:18




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Doug Shaw, 05-10-2020 19:51:17  
Cork Groth may have one. They are pricey 563 528 3862



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Sleufoot

05-10-2020 20:39:46




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Doug Shaw, 05-10-2020 19:51:17  
It would take a Fairbanks Morse R2. Sorry but I couldn't find a place to buy one. I would suggest just looking online or calling a salvage yard. Good luck! Tom in Mn.



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teddy52food

05-11-2020 09:58:37




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 Re: JD GPWT in reply to Sleufoot, 05-10-2020 20:39:46  
I think it takes a base mount. An RV2 is a flange mount.



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