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6v versus 12v question
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I am not thinking of converting my car to 12v. It works perfectly with 6v. My question is more a curiosity. I see references in the parts lists that show 12v parts. What were they used for? Were certain models or applications equipped with 12v? See example from 1935-41 parts list.

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Posted on: 2021/6/4 9:04
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Re: 6v versus 12v question
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12-volt electrics were available on certain export market cars in the late 1930s, perhaps a bit later.

Posted on: 2021/6/4 9:32
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Re: 6v versus 12v question
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Thank you

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