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Dennis_Brown
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Mag coil ring

Post by Dennis_Brown » Sun Sep 29, 2019 9:54 pm

Do not know if I still have it but I had a mag coil ring that was a couple inches smaller diameter than one for a T. Bolt holes were different also. Any ideas ?
I may still have it packed away somewhere in a box.


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Re: Mag coil ring

Post by Joe Bell » Sun Sep 29, 2019 10:42 pm

Fordson tractor.


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Re: Mag coil ring

Post by art32mor » Mon Sep 30, 2019 12:15 am

Agree with Joe
Fordson


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Re: Mag coil ring

Post by wayne sheldon » Mon Sep 30, 2019 12:27 am

What year/model Fordson? Some Fordson tractors use a mag coil ring that looks identical to T coil ring, except that it is mounted to the Fordson engine block by three evenly spaced bolts instead of four. Knew a guy years ago that thought he had gotten a great coil ring for his T until he went to install it. :o I also had one myself without any coils on it, so I got to compare it with a T coil ring. Had the flywheel too. Slightly different but almost the same as a T flywheel. I think I gave them to a tractor guy many years ago.

How about a picture of the mystery coil ring? Could possibly be a '09? They are slightly smaller, but not much.


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Re: Mag coil ring

Post by John kuehn » Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:16 am

You can go to the Fordson tractor site and get an idea what a Fordson mag ring looks like. I had one and sold mine to them. They were glad to get it for a core rebuild.

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Re: Mag coil ring

Post by George House » Tue Oct 01, 2019 7:21 am

Way e... “Slightly different but almost the same as a T Flywheel”..?? A Fordson Model F Flywheel is 3”-4” thick and will weigh well over 100 lbs.
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