Posted by The tractor vet on January 29, 2013 at 08:58:59 from (188.8.131.52):
Oh how i love barnyard wire repair . Talk about a rats nest and the use of wire nuts with bare wire exposed everywhere. No balist resistor no fuse or curcit braker anywhere wrong generator . Any and all types of wire used from and old extension cord to 14 2 with ground . and what is under the dash ya would not believe if i told ya. I need to restock on my wire supplys as i did not know i was low or out of some of the correct colors so i had to use other colors as i was out of 10 Ga. gray and not enough of a couple other colors . I need a new amp gauge a resistor and light switch And i set the farmer after that so they should all be there this afternoon . My new Ft T/A seal protector sleeve worked out super great . Might just have to start maken them and selling them. Slip it over the splines on the hub of the T/A unit smear some grease on it and just slide the T/A in with out cutting or rolling the lip on the input seal .
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