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I should have the Delco - Remy Generator on my '63 953 but it does say the only tractor that has one is the 1045 . Ben

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What's on yours now, Ben? It should have an oval tag riveted to the generator case. That will tell you the model number.

It's the same S/G as the 1045, 1055, 1056, etc.

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What's on yours now, Ben? It should have an oval tag riveted to the generator case. That will tell you the model number.

It's the same S/G as the 1045, 1055, 1056, etc.

Terry , The Generator's oval ID plate not on the Case anymore no where to be found I have the motor serial # and spec plate off the blower housing . Ben

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Do you need the Delco - Remy numbers, Ben?

I can get them off my 1056 if you just want to know what it is or need to order parts.

The Kohler P/N is B-275703, but -- as you probably already know -- it's no longer available.

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Do you need the Delco - Remy numbers, Ben?

I can get them off my 1056 if you just want to know what it is or need to order parts.

The Kohler P/N is B-275703, but -- as you probably already know -- it's no longer available.

Terry in PA, The Wheel Horse Generator on my 953 has two oil filler holes one on each side . Ben

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I have two of them, (that I can find) Ben.

One is off of a 701 -- Model # 1101933 / Serial # 1A10

The other is off of a 753 -- Model #1101933 / Serial # 2016

They both have 6" cases and bearing oilers on both ends.

My 1056 has a 7" case and the model # is 1101973 / serial # 6A 3. It does not have the oilers.

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I have two of them, (that I can find) Ben.

One is off of a 701 -- Model # 1101933 / Serial # 1A10

The other is off of a 753 -- Model #1101933 / Serial # 2016

They both have 6" cases and bearing oilers on both ends.

My 1056 has a 7" case and the model # is 1101973 / serial # 6A 3. It does not have the oilers.

Terry, I looked at ID plate on the Generator's Case it's a DELCO - REMY . Ben

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I have two of them, (that I can find) Ben.

One is off of a 701 -- Model # 1101933 / Serial # 1A10

The other is off of a 753 -- Model #1101933 / Serial # 2016

They both have 6" cases and bearing oilers on both ends.

My 1056 has a 7" case and the model # is 1101973 / serial # 6A 3. It does not have the oilers.

Terry , The voltage regulator is wrong but it works it's not DELCO - REMY an off brand regulator . Ben

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Terry, I looked at ID plate on the Generator's Case it's a DELCO - REMY . Ben

Were you just trying to find out who made it, (they're all Delco - Remy) or do you need to work on it too?

Older automobile starter/alternator repair shops can get parts and/or repair these units.

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Were you just trying to find out who made it, (they're all Delco - Remy) or do you need to work on it too?

Older automobile starter/alternator repair shops can get parts and/or repair these units.

Terry, I found the Delco - Remy ID plate while wiring up the tractor no need to work on the Generator it works fine my 1045 has the same Generator except with no oil filler holes . Ben

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Does the 953 S/G have a 6" long case? (just curious if it's a smaller one. :thumbs: )

The 1045 should be the same as my 1056 -- according to Kohler.

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Does the 953 S/G have a 6" long case? (just curious if it's a smaller one. :thumbs: )

The 1045 should be the same as my 1056 -- according to Kohler.

I do not know if my 953 has the 6" Generator Case . Ben

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