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Hi all, I have what I believe to be a '68 yeoman,(990486)8hp,recoil start.I'm putting a 12hp electric start in it.Now,my questions,did the Yeoman,in'68 come with electric start?If so,where the heck was the batt.? Was it in the front of the engine? Would the fuel tank have been the same size,or was there a different dash~console w/electric?I know my 12 hp engine is longer,physically,but even allowing for the difference,I dont think a regular lawn trac. batt. would fit in the front. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks b4hand. WOODY~ SIMTRAC?

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I have a 69 yeoman and the battery is right behind the grill. The battery is about the same size as a motorcycle battery. I don't think there is any difference in the dash. You should be able to access the manuals for your tractor at [url]http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/techpubsearch.php#start[/url]. Good luck, John

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