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Posted by kely williams on Friday, August 04, 2017:

In Reply to: 8N 1952 sputters, then dies after a while at hiher RPM with load. posted by Tom Branum on Monday, July 17, 2017:

i have 1950 8n ford tractor sidemount dist. i installed a 12 coil with built in resistor. with the old coil voltage to dist was 8 to 9 volts which burned out condensor. with new coil with resistor voltage is running .56 volts to distributor. tractor starts and runs great. is this enough voltage for the distributor




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