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Ed Ritcheson of Missouri


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Greetings from Missouri. I collect old pre 1930 tractors and work on alot of them and restore them. We collected most all of the tractors that we liked for awhile but, decided that we had to concentrate on one that we liked the best. We chose Case. We have about 10 different Cases and some Rumely, Hart Parr and one Avery. We have a Stover, Fairbanks, some Matags, and Lawsons. We just love old iron. My son and I do all kinds of work on them. I have run into a problem. I have been working on an American Bosh Magneto. The capicator is no good in it and I have been unable to find a replacement for it. I really do not know where else to look as I have looked several places already. Any help would greatly be appreciated. Thanks, Ed
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Try this link, there are several sponsors of this website that repair magnetos as a business "just look through all the cards". They probably have the parts you need. http://www.enginads.com/bizcards.shtml
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Ed, good to see you on here! I appreciate the hospitality you showed us when my family came to visit you last year when we picked up that Rumely wheel. Hope to see you at Pawnee here in a few months!
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