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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!6V OR 12V!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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stephen e key

02-07-2002 11:41:56

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I have just bought a david brown cropmaster (1950) and i dont know if it is 6v or 12v PLEASE HELP

Stephen(aged 15)

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old timer

02-08-2002 06:59:00

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 Re: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!6V OR 12V!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! in reply to stephen e key, 02-07-2002 11:41:56  
Steve check out the earlier posts earlier on this page regarding David Brown tractors, I am going to guess that it would most likely be a 6 volt,also you will need to know if it is positive ground or negative ground. good luck.

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02-07-2002 15:22:44

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 Re: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!6V OR 12V!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! in reply to stephen e key, 02-07-2002 11:41:56  
Unless someone has performed a conversion, dollars to doughnuts it's got 6v electricals.

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02-07-2002 13:32:39

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 Re: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!6V OR 12V!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! in reply to stephen e key, 02-07-2002 11:41:56  
If the old battery is still in it, count the caps...3=6 volt...6=12 volt...

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02-07-2002 12:03:33

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 Re: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!6V OR 12V!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! in reply to stephen e key, 02-07-2002 11:41:56  
Look on starter motor. Almost certainly stamped on this somewhere. Look at light bulbs. -almost certainly stamped/printed on these somewhere. Try 6 volts across a bulb - if is bright it is a 6 volt. Try 12v - no don't,if its a six volt as it will probably blow it!!
Have fun, have a look.
Regards, RAB

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butch in kansass

02-08-2002 17:59:41

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 Re: Re: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!6V OR 12V!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! in reply to RAB, 02-07-2002 12:03:33  
1955 an on 12 volt before 6 v pos grd most 12 v neg gerd few execpetin in big trucks

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