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|Yardog||Well I was just wondering if anyone knew anything about an 8 volt system with positive ground on the old 1954 model moline I am using to tend my garden with. It was my fathers tractor and I have wondered if it could be switched to a 12 volt system. A lot of the wires are getting in bad shape an sometimes hard to start, also if someone knew where the data plate is located on the tractor that tells the model # and such. Thanks!
|hardwired22||They all had 6 volt positive ground, to switch over check around the junk yards for a delco altnator, change the internal rectifier to a single wire output (available at auto parts stores), change any light bulbs to 12 volts and your ready to go! Note: do not crank the starter very long as it will burn up!!! The data plate is on the motor and a second one the side on the rear end.