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Application Guidelines

The best way to find the correct conversion kit is by providing us with the make and model number of the distributor on your particular engine. However, we realize you're not likely to have this information at your fingertips so here are some general guidelines to help you determine if a kit is available for your application. Please feel free to E-mail us with your information and we can verify the correct kit.

Allis Chalmers
Most Allis Chalmers tractors prior to the early 1960's used Delco ignition and were the spring-clip type cap. From the mid-1960's on they used Delco with the screw-down type cap.

Case
Case used Autolite distributors with most distributor numbers beginning with the letters "IA" or "IB"

Ford
Ford used its own distributor on most models. Conversion kits are available for the 8N side mount, NAA, and 600-4000 series four-cylinder engines. Conversions kits for the front mount distributor used on early 2N, 8N, and 9N tractors come with a remote mount canister type coil to do away with the existing “square” coil.

John Deere
Most John Deere tractors prior to the early 1960's used Delco ignition and were the spring-clip type cap. From the mid-1960's on they used Delco with the screw-down type cap.

IHC / Farmall
International used its own IHC distributor on most models built from the 1940's through the 1960's, although Delco was used on several models.

Massey Harris
Massey Harris used Autolite distributors and the distributor number will likely begin with the letters "IA".

Massey Ferguson
Most Massy Ferguson tractors prior to the early 1960's used Delco ignition and were the spring-clip type cap. From the mid-1960's on they used Delco with the screw-down type cap.

Minneapolis Moline
Most Minneapolis Moline tractors prior to the early 1960's used Delco ignition and were the spring-clip type cap. From the mid-1960's on they used Delco with the screw-down type cap.

Oliver
Most Oliver tractors prior to the early 1960's used Delco ignition and were the spring-clip type cap. From the mid-1960's on they used Delco with the screw-down type cap.

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