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|Colon Cates||Looking for a Generator(Voltage Regulator) for a Ferguson TO-35 Tractor w/gas engine. The one on my tractor has gone bad and can not be repaired.
Or is there an easy way to convert over and use a alternator.
Any info would be appreciated.
|Paul||I have a 202 with the same motor as a TO35 and mine wint bad and I have is rebuilt. I believe that Delco made these and I think Napa has them. I think I spent $40 to get mine rebuilt.
|Larry Hicks||I have a TO 30. It had a 6 volt system. I changed to a 12 volt alternator, left the 6 volt starter like it is .(been starting 6 years with out any starter butnout) and the volt gauge to 12 volts along with a manual water temp gauge