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#1 MF10 DIESEL OFFLINE  

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Posted October 06, 2011 - 10:20 PM

I'm back to the housework and cast aside projects after sled pulling the 2.6 dodge diesel all summer. I got back where I left off on my super low serial number 1966 MF10, the ignition is shot. I got on partstree to look up numbers for the coil, points, and condenser and the engine number isn't on the list of HH100 numbers. If someone could help me with the OEM tecumseh part numbers so I can cross reference that would be great. Engine numbers are as follows:

Model HH100-115033
Serial 6018-12145

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Posted October 06, 2011 - 11:48 PM

Don't know the part numbers off hand without looking them up but my 66 MF10 uses the same points and condenser as all of the K-series Kohlers just remove the metal mounting bracket and voila. I even remember seeing on the package I got from NAPA that it fit both Tecumseh and Kohler. I am guessing the coil would have the same story.
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Posted October 07, 2011 - 10:50 PM

I was thinking kohler used an automotive looking external coil, where these are more of a briggs & stratton type design. Regardless I need to get some parts rounded up and try to get it running. I think the ignition problem is what stopped it running years back.

jdslednut FWIW, I bought the tractor in Brainerd, MN last year while visiting our friends in Bemidji, MN. I got a low serial number early snowblower in the deal.

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Posted October 08, 2011 - 12:34 AM

I think I remember you posting about that. Good luck on your ignition demons.

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Posted October 08, 2011 - 09:39 AM

If someone could help me with the OEM tecumseh part numbers so I can cross reference that would be great. Engine numbers are as follows:

Model HH100-115033
Serial 6018-12145


The points were Tecumseh # 32011 and included the fiber push rod. (They were the same as Kohler # 220475, but Kohler did not use the fiber push rod.) ....Also same as Phelon (Repco) # FG2270 (no pushrod.)

The condenser was Tecumseh #32015 which was the same as Kohler # 231719. .....Same as Phelon (Repco) FG6548.

I don't have the Tecumseh # for the coil. --- Sorry!

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Posted October 08, 2011 - 10:40 AM

Thanks, thats a start. now I just need the number for the coil. I was going to convert it to a GM coil setup but I decided I want it to stay as original as possible.




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