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JJ MARSHALL
here are some number that i got off a DELCO REMY regulator 1119165e maybe they can cross them over to other regulator. the DELCO REMY are price to high . this regulator is on a BEE 10 A/C. jj

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Chris727
B-10's generally use a different one. It is larger than the ones used on the 725 and has 3 coils inside it. The 700/725 use a smaller square one. I have one on my 700, I'll go get the #'s off of it tonight. I don't think you can get them from delco anymore. I have bought direct replacements from a place in Tennessee. I'll find my info on the place and post it a little later. I think a regulator for your tractor should be about $40.

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The #s on the square type voltage regulators used on the 700/725 tractors are: N 12V, 988 followed by 8L. I think the 988 is the most important part. I have bought these regulators from DB Electrical Rebuilders in Gray, TN. They have shipped them to me and the service is great. Their phone # is 1-800-753-2242. website at www.dbelectrical.com

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Boney
thnx all for the great info, Mick14, no I havent done anything about it yet, trying to asses all the things I need to do to it and descied what I want to do with the tractor,,,,this is a great hobby but at times cen be frustrating for me,,,, Thnx all for the great info

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