Can’t find parts for a zetor crystal 8011

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  1. Robert8011

    Robert8011 New Member

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    Hello I have a zetor crystal 8011 I need a wiring harness but can’t find one anywhere and what is the box with switches on the left called I new one of those any help is appreciated.
     
  2. Blizzard

    Blizzard Well-Known Member

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    Where are you based Robert?
     
  3. jf 850

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    Welcome to the forum a Robert .
    As @Blizzard says , location would be a big help .
    @ZetorMan98 wired a 1975 zursus 385 , basically the same tractor himself . There seems to be an awful lot of wires not doing much .
    There is a crowd in Co Longford go to some vintage rally, Brewster Electronics , who make looms for older tractors. I thought them reasonable enough with other electrical items they were selling.
     
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    As jf says, brewsters could be a good shout. A look at the website says harnesses for 6911s and stuff but nothing for a crystal. Not savage dear for the loom either.

    Would be worth contacting him. I'm sure he could make one up.

    https://www.tractorelectrics.ie/search?q=ursus*&type=article,page,product
     
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  5. Robert8011

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    I am in Offaly Ireland. I try them do you know where to get the box on the left hand side next to the door?
     
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    Whites garage turnafulla
     
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    Michael Brogan in Cloghan used to be fairly good for Zetor spares , but I haven't been there for possibly 5 years now.
    I find Tom Poole in Rosenalis Co Laois excellent for parts and advice . Which wouldn't be far from Tullamore .Working on Zetors for most of 40 years . If he hasn't it in stock , he will have it in 48 hrs definitely.

    I'm not sure what you mean by the box on left hand side near door.
     
  8. Robert8011

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    Thanks will they the people you recommend and here is a picture of the thing I mean
     

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  9. Blizzard

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    As @johndeere6920s says, Ted White, Tournafulla, near Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick. 06981101
     
  10. ZetorMan98

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    They’re basic enough in terms of wiring. There’s a polish guy in cork advertising zetor parts on DoneDeal. Bart is his name. I got a loom from him and fitted/modified it to suit my own tractor. You’ll need a good head on you for at that work though. They’re basic but you still have to know what you’re at. There’s a second Ursus here that’ll be getting restored at some stage, along with 2 smaller Zetors and I’ll be building up looms from scratch myself for them.
    On the switch panel, you can’t buy the full piece as far as I know. They were originally part of the cab and welded in place. I have standard rocker switches put in mine
     
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    CE27D6AA-BCF4-449C-A223-FCD9252997BC.jpeg 8FA7EB02-2E10-4AA4-AAF5-1867064C857B.jpeg 30975E4C-4D8D-45E6-B9EB-B8262FD0A0A4.jpeg
    I bout some crimpers for non insulated ferrules recently. Should have done it a long time ago. Bought for both ‘regular’ non insulated and also the superseal connectors. Very happy with them. Not used in anger yet. But should leave a more professional, effective and safer finish than insulated terminals.
     

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    Lovely looking job. Where do you get the terminals etc?
     
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    Bought on amazon.

    The first set that you see was an el cheap set I bought just to see how good or bad they were. C.£20.

    The superseal crimper is a durite crimper and c.£50, it feels the job but the first one is perfectly fine.

    Durite crimper DURITE RATCHET CRIMPING TOOL FOR... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00A692ORM?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

    El cheap non insulated crimper Preciva AWG22-16 Crimping Tool... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07H4LCNKT?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

    Superseal connectors - note they come in many different configurations and can also be got in larger size for higher current rating. . IMAGINE 2 Pin Connector 20 Set... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07TG8PWCB?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
     
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    11E6C422-3D65-416A-A075-A624FAD06A9C.jpeg Also after crimping you slip the insulated cover over the terminal - you can see the cover further back the wire in the picture
     
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    It’s something I must buy. I do just use the regular insulated crimp connectors. Never had any problem with them as I have a good crimper, but I know plenty that have had bother with them. But as you said, can look a little unprofessional. I’ve also started buying heat shrink crimps but haven’t used many of them yet
     

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