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It probably isn't available as a separate part. Usually just comes with a new ammeter. Best place to look would be at a junkyard. This is a pretty standard piece that would be on the ammeter of pretty much any tractor(including other garden tractors or old farm tractors). Older ones were made of metal with plastic rings insulating the holes. Otherwise try to glue yours with some superglue and tighten gently!

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That looks like it will outlast any new plastic piece that you could buy new! As long as the ammeter studs remain isolated from the chassis all is good. I have a couple of those off one of my fdt's next time your here or I'm there!

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