I purchased this set in one of the TSC brick and mortar stores-about a year
ago. Part number is from the box.
The store had a section of generic ignition items. It was not set up for
specific tractors by brand.
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Subject: Re: Sunken fuel level sending float replcement
> Don't seem to be able to locate this part or 0236693 p/n on TSC's Web
> site. Anyone got an exact URL?
> == Alex in Maine
> 1960 BT7 3000 Mark 1 - "The Blue Mainie"
> Former owner of 1957 100-6, and 1967 3000 Mark III BJ8
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> To: John Sims ; 'Tracy Drummond' ; email@example.com
> Sent: Tuesday, July 04, 2006 6:19 PM
> Subject: Re: Sunken fuel level sending float replcement
> John , I bought a set of spark plug wires from The Tractor Supply Company
> (TSC ) that were better than those from Moss, for about half the cost.
> were copper stranded core, nice molded rubber ends for the plugs, brass
> connectors. They are black and look "period". They are probably not the
> quality of the super high performance wires, but cost about $10 and looked
> more authentic.
> They come with boots and plug in type connectors for the coil if you have
> modern type coil. I removed these to use with my original pin screw type
> coil. The wires were very long and can be cut to fit.
> The TLC part number for the 6 cylinder set is 0236693. Four cylinder sets
> were also available.
> I also saw generic 12 volt ignition coils, and Champion spark plugs of the
> correct current replacement numbers
> Dallas Congleton
> 1967 BJ8
> 1953 MGTD