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Wire Loom Holder (Includes Bracket And Grommet)

Allis Chalmers - Fits: G; Replaces: Brkt: 800260, 70800260, Grommet: 800261, 70800261 International / Farmall - Fits: Cub, [ 154, 184, 185 (SERVICEABLE) ], Cub LoBoy: Cub Loboy; Replaces: 251426R1

Product Number: ACS309
Price: $28.50

Universal 12-Volt LED Flood Light Assembly

…steel mount and a M8-1.25 mounting bolt and nut for 0.335" OD hole* IP67 Waterproof and Shock Proof Rated* (2) 16" Insulated Wires in a Waterproof Loom to Attach Terminals* 60 Degree Flood Beam Pattern* Operating Temperature is -40 to 140 Degrees Farenheit* Natural White Color Light* Rated at 50000…

Product Number: ABC3514
Price: $39.50
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Distributor Repair Farmall Cub

Learn how to remove, repair and install a IH Distributor on a Farmall Cub Tractor using new parts for old tractors from Steiner Tractor Parts. Watch this tractor repair video in our Wrenching with Rachel serious.

Related Products: Farmall Cub | J4 Magneto | Cub Distributor

Tips for Wiring Your Tractor - Antique Tractor Blog

…work: 1. When you’re installing a new harness, no need to start from scratch: firmly tape the new wires to the old wires, and pull through the loom. Voila! No need to thread individual wires through tight spots. 2. Some harnesses come with additional wire that you might not use. That’s…

tractor restoration Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…were purchased from Steiner as they are good quality and fit well.  Steiner provided a radiator, cross shaft for clutch and brake pedals, wiring loom, gauges, muffler and light parts. Schram’s are friends of mine and I help them with harvest.  I was with Tom when he purchased the tractor and stopped…

Electrical Parts Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…work: 1. When you’re installing a new harness, no need to start from scratch: firmly tape the new wires to the old wires, and pull through the loom. Voila! No need to thread individual wires through tight spots. 2. Some harnesses come with additional wire that you might not use. That’s…

Wrenching with Rachel Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…work: 1. When you’re installing a new harness, no need to start from scratch: firmly tape the new wires to the old wires, and pull through the loom. Voila! No need to thread individual wires through tight spots. 2. Some harnesses come with additional wire that you might not use. That’s…

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