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|Larry||Hi- anybody know a place on line where I can order a voltmeter that will work on my Furguson TO-20 tractor (6 volt system) ? thanks alot -Larry
|Mac||Doubt if your 20 ever had a voltmeter,an ammeter was fitted and the voltage does not count,ie an ammeter from a 12v system will work as one from a 6v system would work with a 12v system.I have never seen a 6v voltmeter of the type you would need to fit in the hole,you could use a 12v one but the needle would only ever go up halfway.