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Re: voltage regulator question

Postby tmays » Thu Jun 13, 2013 2:24 pm

Gerry I have no problem paying in advance if I'm already there. For me it's an extra trip and would make the cost about the same as shipping.

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Re: voltage regulator question

Postby Gerry Powell » Thu Jun 13, 2013 2:54 pm

Thomas, I understand now.
I have a suggestion, when I ordered my regulator I noticed on the screen that it could be shipped to my address at no extra charge but I just picked it up at the store since I'm so close. I just called my Autozone and verified this, they can ship to anywhere in Texas free on this item if ordered in Texas. But I'm not sure if this is nationwide. Maybe it applies to your state as well.

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Re: voltage regulator question

Postby bythepond88 » Thu Jun 13, 2013 4:32 pm

mountain4don wrote:So, what can I do with one of these "Made in China" voltage regulators? I have a Farmall Super C tractor with regulator problems too. Initially my wiring system was eaten up by the mice in the barn, and burned out the original voltage regulator. So I bought one from the CASE/IH dealer and it was one of the "China" ones and didn't work for very long. So I bought another one at Tractor Supply. Looked the same. It didn't work very long either. Looks just like the one on my Cub LoBoy. Or should I just go buy a American Made one from Autozone? And if they order one for me what will guarantee that it is American Made? :?:

Take the cover off and check the air gap. I have successfully resurrected two regulators by correcting the gaps. The specs are in the shop manual.
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