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Mag vs. Dist?
|Dustyah||I have 1953 DC, it has a mag, but I have found several dists for sale online that came off DCs , was wondering what came stock, would a Dist have better performance with a hotter coil?
|IHTimmy||Mag came stock far as I know my father all had a DC and And aSC The mag went bad and I put a distributor back on it and he said it started a lot easier than the mag dead and I convert it over to 12 V and it would start in cold weather like zero because all I did I got everything off of the M farmall and put it on there it Bolt right on and all I have to do is just rewire and ran perfect
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