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Re: Blocked cracked by starter, any way to fix?

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[quote="John(UK)"](quoted from post at 16:05:18 11/12/12) If you have fitted a new or different starter, this could be the problem. On the original starter there was a lip all the way around the face where it sits in the hole for the starter in the block. If this lip is wrong dimensions, it would cause your problem, compare it with the original starter.

With the starter not mounting correctly, it will not mate up with the block properly and will be mounted at an angle instead of square-on to the Block. The lip was to provide support for the starter and take the load off the bolts.It would also be the cause of damage to the teeth on the Ring Gear...John(UK)[/quote

Here are a couple of pictures. The new starter does have the lip that you mentioned on it although it appears to be a little more pronounced than the original. I really dont know much about tractors but the picture of the flywheel shows wear on the front of every tooth, there doesnt weem to be any wear between the teeth. Is this normal? The third picture is of the new starter teeth that were broken.

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11-12-2012 08:09:42

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 Re: Blocked cracked by starter, any way to fix? in reply to ruger1, 11-12-2012 07:28:49  
Count the number of teeth on the Starter pinion, you may have two different types here.
What is the number stamped into the starter body, this may also help us to know just what you have....John(UK)

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