chas56x wrote:Why not just buy a new one?
Get one here: email@example.com.........
Tubs wrote:chas56x wrote:Why not just buy a new one?
Get one here: firstname.lastname@example.org...............
At one time Doug was offering a new Super Elto coil.
I don't know if that is still the case.
I've never had one of the RBM coils out but it looks
like the primary and the secondary are wound on
separate laments between the shoe's. I wouldn't
think it would be difficult to rewind them for
someone that has the equipment to do that but
there is often a big difference between thinking
and knowing. Epically in my case.
Tubs wrote:There is a guy, not to far from me,
that services antique tractor and
gas engine magnetos. Just sent
him an email asking if he has any
experience with the RBM coils,
if he does, what is the cost, and if
not would he be interested it taking
on one. Where he is located he
likely farms and will be busy for the
next few weeks. He's about 50 miles
from me but less than 25 from a
buddy's place that I go to every Friday
night. If he is interested I can easily
run out there one Friday with a
coil to hear what he has to say.
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