Need some help. I have a 1953 Ford NAA tractor that has served me well. Recently while mowing the engine started misfiring so I took it back to the garage. I had power to the coil, but nothing to the distributor so I figured it was the coil. Replaced the 6 volt coil & the positive terminal wire to the distributor (tractor is 6 volt positive ground). Problem, I still don't have any spark at the spark plugs, but do have spark at the points. Any one with ideas what I should do now. I thought maybe a tune up kit replacing the points & condenser? Any suggestions would be appreciated. I need to cut my hay fields.
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