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Tony in Mass.

03-17-2013 07:24:22

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Trac, tell us more. I thought... there was only one starter for any Continental... I took one off my dead 50, that came off a 30? and put it on my 65, no effort... what do the cones here fit then? Of course, I thought there were only 2 different flywheels until a few weeks ago too... I'm still learning... 2 got to learn to not play with fire! Or Standards.... yep- sounds like a 23c tank to me... can you get the old one fixed???

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03-17-2013 09:00:42

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 Re: Broke nose in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-17-2013 07:24:22  
Yes the 30 will fit on the 50 or 40 the battery post on the starter is located to the back side that's all.I have an after market starter and the nose wont fit the Delco Remy starter it's 4 small bolts that holds it on not the two long bolts that runs though starter. I had bought a used starter off Ebay for a 65 and put it on my 50 the nose was longer so i had to take off distributor to get it on nose was longer. I think the end bushing on the nose gets worn down then the starter dive hits the flywheel there's to much play on the shaft then breaking the nose it's made out of cast iron.

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