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Old 07-12-2019, 09:02:35 PM
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Unknown igniter. Can anyone help me identify this? Thank you.
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John, if you google "Ted Brookover" there is a great list of ignitors and you might find it there if no one responds. Gene
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What’s the bolt spacing on that John?
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1/2" holes. 2-5/8" centers.
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Atlas Imperial, John.
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