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05-30-2013 02:54:20

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Thanks to everyone who offered to help.I tried all of the ideas with no luck.I removed the starter again,an hooked it up to a battery,and it worked fine.Maybe thats because theres no load on it?What would happen if I put it back on,an hooked it up to a 12 volt battery? Don.

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05-30-2013 10:49:30

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 Re: wd starter in reply to handcrank, 05-30-2013 02:54:20  
We been using our 2 WD's and now a WD45 with 12 volts for over 30 years and have never burned up a 6 volt starter. They turn over real good and as long as tractor starts okay it will work fine. I don't trust the locking the brake so turn tractor off more often than not to make sure it stays where it is suspose to. Try it and let us know if it works? If it still don't work than you need a different starter or a rebuild.cleddy

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05-30-2013 11:07:16

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 Re: wd starter in reply to cleddy, 05-30-2013 10:49:30  
Yeah we unhooked the generator and just used a fresh battery all the time. Coil & point-condenser take the 12 volts pretty good but 6 volt lights do not. You will be surprised how many starts a good battery has in it. It is Jerry-rigging at it's best.cleddy

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05-30-2013 18:39:04

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 Re: wd starter in reply to cleddy, 05-30-2013 11:07:16  
Thank,s cleddy and all others for helping me out.I put a 12volt battery in the old girl and it starts up an runs fine.I don,t have any lights so no worry there. I ,ll unhook the jenny and i,am ready to go.Many many thanks to all. Don.

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