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Starter push button

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GWGAllisfan
Tractor supply has one that will fit. You might have to file the hole in the dash a little larger to get the button in, but the bolt holes line up.

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rokon2813
If you have one that just doesn't work anymore, you can take them apart and clean them. i've done 2 recently that work fine now. They are just a large set of copper contacts, they get corroded and don't make connection. On the back there are 2 metal tabs on each end, just open the tabs with a screwdriver on one end, and loosen the other and it will open right up. Nothing to fall out and lose. Clean up the contacts and squeeze the tabs closed with a pair of pliers of a bench vise. ;)

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huffy
According to the manual for the Landlords (B10 should be the same), the push button starter part # is 122048. A search on Jack's said it's been superceded by part # 1686702, which is available for $30.75. Here you go: http://www.jackssmallengines.com/Parts-Lookup/1686702/2259495/pd

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Here is an alternative. http://www.ebay.com/itm/push-button-starter-switch-off-a-12-volt-system-may-fit-other-applications-/261032681521?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3cc6c2a031

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MrSteele
I recently bought one for around $25 from a local REAL parts store. I consider Autozone, Advance, O'Reilly, and the like, including Pep boys and other chains as simply stores. A good mom and pop local auto parts store has a lot of most everything we need for the old tractors, and are willing to look up what they don't have...

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MittenB10
quote:
Originally posted by MrSteele
I recently bought one for around $25 from a local REAL parts store. I consider Autozone, Advance, O'Reilly, and the like, including Pep boys and other chains as simply stores. A good mom and pop local auto parts store has a lot of most everything we need for the old tractors, and are willing to look up what they don't have...
Would you happen to have a picture of the one you purchased and perhaps a p/n to share?

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