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mf20 neutral safety switch
|jwatts||I have a 1976 mf20 industrial. Does anyone know if there is an adaptor for the neutral safety switch. The one I'm replacing has screws on top to hold down the wires but the replacement the dealership gave me has smooth bore holes with wire retaining clips. Any ideas?
|GEEBEE||I don't know of an adaptor for those, i have soldered on the pin type crimp on connectors and used heat shrink tube to cover the joints with good results.
|Brokenacres||Their called bullet connectors and you can get them at tractor supply or really any electrical store. Hope this helps!
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