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Vulcan 60LC am looking for electronic ignitions. are they available? thanx

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Yes they are. We can ship the electronic ignitors to you. We need you to contact us with the model number so we can be sure to get the correct parts to you asap. Please call or email us at 975-859-0929 or email We answer our phones from 7AM to 8PM CST Monday through Saturday. We look forward to working with you.

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See page 19 of this form

Ignition module part # 857207-1

Your local Hobart branch may carry that in stock

Hope this helps

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