parts man wrote:I think the model 37 and model 46 balers could be purchased with either the C-60 (cub) engine, or the C-113 (A) engine, or a V-4 Wisconsin air cooled. We have parts books for both models.
Ok! Do the books you mention go into the engine? What are they and how can I get them?
I pulled out my 1960 Chiltons from the basement and it covers voltage regulators quite well. From it and postings I presume that Cubs use single point Delco Regs. This because every one says ground the F term of the reg. The book says that is ok on a single point reg but it will will burn out contacts on a dual point Delco. On a dual point they say to remove the wire from the F term of the reg and ground the F at the Gen.
Fortunate I still have my old Tel Co. contact burnisher to clean the Reg points with. The good book also states that the voltage reg relay and the current limiting relay points operate 70,000 to 75,000 times an hour. They reccomend that replacement is more often than not the wisest course of action if cleaning the contacts or points doesn't do it because of metal fatigue. I may not be saying this in tractor talk but in telephone talk but there is where the pensioin comes from.
All this talk and the engine being up the country have me ready to make a trip up there this afternoon. Have to see what the calandar shows for the rest of the week. One of my cousins kids is coming into town for the Republican thing later in the week. They are from Arkansas, I have promised to meet her and her family. Have never met her two kids so I don't want to miss out on that.
Again thanks to all you guys. I now have ideas on how to test and fix some of my problems.