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Nick
I don't know the anwser either John. But after causing one of the springs on the regulator on my Landlord 101 to catch fire, I had to replace the whole regulator. (ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE BATTERY BEFORE WORKING ON ANY THING ELECRTICAL!) my mistake. anyway, I had someone test it and it was no good. So after doing some research here in the archives, I ended up replacing the regulator with a WELLS Brand voltage regulator. The package says it's part # VR264 and it replaces part # VR605. I purchaced it at Advanced Auto for about $22.00 including tax. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Just came across the post about the regulator I mentioned: http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?ARCHIVE=true&TOPIC_ID=29778&SearchTerms=vr605

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Nick, was that a 3 coil regulator you got from the auto parts store? When I needed one for my B110 I wanted to get the right one, Napa couldn't get me one, auto zone and the others had no idea what I was talking about. Ended up getting one from a place reccommended here. DB electrical 1-800-753-2242, and I bougt two, they were close to $30 each. The one I put on my B110 has been working fine, not overcharging. Its pretty important to get the right one and get it hooked up right. A lot of times I get tractors that previous owners wired incorrectly and the contact points end up fused together.

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