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Broadmoor/No Spark

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McGill
OK, So after tearing half the tractor apart looking for the points and condenser (like my B110) I deceided maybe my new $20.00 broadmoor doesn't have points and condensor. Would this be right?

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It appears that it has been converted. The Simplicity dealer suggested I disconnect the kill wire to see if that is the problem, I'm heading for the garage to try that now.

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Unless you want a lot of headaches or want the engine to be stock, I'd buy a magnetronic conversion kit. My 717 had the points and condensor and I thought that might have been one of the reasons why I couldn't get it to run three summers ago when I got it as a gift. The conversion kit worked like a charm and was a H**l of a lot easier to install than taking the flywheel off. ust make sure you get it on tight since I had to re-do it after a month or two. I think I paid around $17.00 for it.

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