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Do you have a local TSC? I bought mine at tractor suprise for my SS/16 and RT-13 for around $15 each. Usually when I buy a new item on evil-bay I look at the amount sold. There's a little "other item info" box on the right side under seller info. If multiple have been sold its more than likely a good product. - Brad
 

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Do they have the ignition switches at TSC with two large posts like the one in the link? The one I need is for a starter/generator type.

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I'm not sure, You'd have to check their site. They have similar ign switches like that for tractors in the farm equip section. The old allis-chalmers, fords, etc used those. If the switch on ebay is the one you need then buy it. Like i said, If its not a popular seller, The amount sold history would be low. - Brad
 

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Like 73Searstractor, said you have to look at the amount of sales also 66888 sales is alot of items sold bound to be a few bellyaches in that bunch I looked though 22 pages of feed back and only found 1 neg and 2 neutrals not bad for me. Also think that you maybe able to get the switch at a tractor parts place for less money.
 

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Do they have the ignition switches at TSC with two large posts like the one in the link? The one I need is for a starter/generator type.

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Why don't you add a starter solenoid to the cir-cute then you will not be running all that starter power through the switch, After that i used a toggle switch for power, starter push button switch for starter and another toggle for lights. Paul
 

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I did not have any problems with him when I purchased a carb kit from him. As for the switch, I too would suggest adding a starter solenoid, but keep a key switch in as it simplifies the many toggle switches and takes up less space on the dash.
 

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I need this ignition switch for my '69 SS 12.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/KEY-IGNITIO...441?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item1c1e722d31
Has anyone bought one from him before, if so did it work for you? Was it actually new? Some of his feedback is not the greatest so I am leary about getting one. Do you know of any other places I can get a STD-365401R ignition switch. Thanks for the help.
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I have bought a few things from him in the past. Never had any problems. However, you can buy 2 switches for that price at this site.

http://www.milfordpower.com/R2942-AYP-Roper-Sears-365401R-Ignition-Switch-p/r2942.htm

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I have bought from him, no problems but not one of these switches. I would third the solenoid if you want a different switch- I like keeping them original though.
 

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I would toss in a "fourth" to adding a solenoid on the circuit and halt the path of full power running through your starter switch. Going forward the switch should last longer and be better for a future availability.
 

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Thanks for the help guys. I want to keep it original, so I am going to order one from the milford power link. Its $18.30 shipped, alot better deal then the ebay one. Thanks
 
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