I have to agree with Tim, maybe the rest of the guys equipment was
all 6 volt at the time so he switched his 12 volt truck to 6 volt.
Farmers are not only creative but thrifty too. I know one operation
that seemed to get buy with just one or two batteries. They just
kept swapping them to what ever tractor or vehicle was needed at the time.
Why do you say it can't be a retrofit? Farmers can be pretty creative!
Tim 50 Chev 1/2t
This is the kind of question we would ask YOU!
49 3104 216 5-window
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> Has anyone seen or heard of a factory GMC of Task Force design but still
> using 6 volts? I just pulled in a totally rotted out GMC 300 TF that had
> old 6V battery in the tray. A tail light bulb was 1154, the 6 volt
> of 1157. The inspection sticker says 1969, and son of original owner says
> his dad got out of farming then, so parked a good running truck. I'm
> baffled. Can't be a retrofit.
> Bob ADler
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