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DC starter on an SC?

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Greenfrog

02-07-2018 19:54:15




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I was reading a old post about putting a starter from a DC onto an SC. Is that possible?
DC appears larger.




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Glenn F.

02-09-2018 04:54:34




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 Re: DC starter on an SC? in reply to Greenfrog, 02-07-2018 19:54:15  
I know an SC starter will work on a DC, but I'm not sure about the opposite.

Glenn F.



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c.amick

02-08-2018 16:57:12




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 Re: DC starter on an SC? in reply to Greenfrog, 02-07-2018 19:54:15  
Let me know if you get it to work. I'm thinking that i tried the same thing about 15 years ago and it didn't work. I think I still have the starter.



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olgentdc

02-08-2018 21:23:33




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 Re: DC starter on an SC? in reply to c.amick, 02-08-2018 16:57:12  
Seems like I plowed that field before Too ,with no productive results as best i recall .and Just today, i think the starter drive busted on my DC. gonna have to get it fixt now .



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longcases

02-08-2018 12:01:24




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 Re: DC starter on an SC? in reply to Greenfrog, 02-07-2018 19:54:15  
Yes a DC starter will fit on SC. I have done it you have to make sure the bolt for the band is positioned so it doesn't hit the block otherwise its okay.



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mEl

02-08-2018 06:44:47




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 Re: DC starter on an SC? in reply to Greenfrog, 02-07-2018 19:54:15  
If you have the two to compare count the teeth on the starter drive, I suspect they are the same, my gut feeling is that if the locating bolt is in the same position it will interchange. I could be totally off base here because I have never tried it, let me know what you come up with, I am very curious as if it fits a SC starter should be more than adequate to start a converted to 12V.



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tractorguy2

02-07-2018 20:51:42




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 Re: DC starter on an SC? in reply to Greenfrog, 02-07-2018 19:54:15  
I don't think a DC starter would fit.



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