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What is this igniter for?


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What does this igniter fit has a part # Y1 3 or YI 3. I have been told it was stover if so what engine does it fit. Thank you
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Does anyone know know what this ignitor goes on? I can not believe no one knows.
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What does this igniter fit has a part # Y1 3 or YI 3. I have been told it was stover if so what engine does it fit. Thank you
Ed, take a look at this site for some pictures of a couple of different Stover igniters.

http://www.oldengine.org/members/brookover/ign-id.htm

Ted Brookover put this page together before he passed away. It is a little cumbersome to use since there are no thumbnails of the images but there is a lot of information there including size and spacing of the mounting holes.

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