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Loose starter on a 49 C

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Bruce Bower

08-03-2012 18:58:39

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The original slotted bolt with a taper that fits into a female machined taper on the starter will not thread all the way through with the starter removed. Is that hole supposed to be threaded all the way through the hole or there some sort of shoulder in the casting? I want to replace with a grade 8 bolt, that has been machined to the taper specs, so I can tighten down the starter properly. I would appreciate comments from you gentlemen. Thanx muchly!

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08-03-2012 19:45:33

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 Re: Loose starter on a 49 C in reply to Bruce Bower, 08-03-2012 18:58:39  
Get a simple tap and clean the treads up on both the hole and the bolt of do as Steve says but if you do what he said make sure you have a nut of so you can use it to clean the treads up or you will have problems

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08-03-2012 19:34:40

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 Re: Loose starter on a 49 C in reply to Bruce Bower, 08-03-2012 18:58:39  
Yes, the hole is threaded all the way thru. I have replaced a couple with standard 5/8 NC bolts. just taper the end on the grinder. It dont have to be perfect, it will lock in real simple and make a good ground.

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Ted in NE-OH

08-03-2012 19:26:49

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 Re: Loose starter on a 49 C in reply to Bruce Bower, 08-03-2012 18:58:39  
I would think it should be threaded all the way thru. If it isn't and that's a problem, it should be an easy fix.

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