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I have a Symplicity 7112 tractor that I am rebuilding and I messed up the wiring realy bad understatment rebuilt the engine repaint new stripes the whole works. All that no good if I can't start it. I am new to Forums might need help with your format. John1 at jlepd@earthlink.net

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Yeah Ray but its not just this topic he means, its every topic. Your a wealth of info...and fast you may not hear it enough but we are all very greatful for the time and assistance you provide. without you & others like you, willing to help others, this site would fade away instead of growing... Thanks

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