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Old 03-17-2005 10:48:45 AM
Description: Over the past 27 or so years, my father and I have collected a fair amount of ignitors. This was so that we could build reproductions of these parts that were so commonly discarded by the original users. It only takes a quick examination of a Low Tension Ignitor to spot the problem, "Too Many Moving Parts"! After a year or two of wear, some designs would begin to malfunction. I have included the Bolt or Stud Centers and the maximum size stud that the mounting holes will accept. Click the description for a photo.
Category: Facts and Information
Tags: Ignitor, igniter, magneto, ignition, spark, coil
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User: Harry (View All of Harry's Links)


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