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Re: Start drive gear shattered twice...why?

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36 coupe

10-22-2013 04:27:39
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Get a used drive from a tractor salvage yard.Your trouble started when you decided to put 12 volts on a 6 volt starter.The fools that told you the 6 volt starter would work fine on 12 volts lied.There have been bad reports on new starters from India.They can copy things but they cant get it right.As for the scored shaft I would put it in a lathe and clean it up.




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chicowoodhill

10-22-2013 08:22:00
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 Re: Start drive gear shattered twice...why? in reply to 36 coupe, 10-22-2013 04:27:39  

36 coupe said: (quoted from post at 12:27:39 10/22/13) Your trouble started when you decided to put 12 volts on a 6 volt starter.The fools that told you the 6 volt starter would work fine on 12 volts lied.There have been bad reports on new starters from India.They can copy things but they cant get it right.


I think you misread my post. I said I replaced a 6v starter with a 12v rebuilt starter from NAPA, not India. I wasn't running 12v through a 6v starter. The starter DRIVE (from TISCO) was marked as "Made In India".

But, do you guys think the problem is most likely a couple of faulty starter drives, or could something else be causing this?

Thanks....
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36 coupe

10-22-2013 13:53:14
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 Re: Start drive gear shattered twice...why? in reply to chicowoodhill, 10-22-2013 08:22:00  
You started by saying you BURNT UP a 6 volt starter on 12 volts.



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chicowoodhill

10-22-2013 18:24:49
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 Re: Start drive gear shattered twice...why? in reply to 36 coupe, 10-22-2013 13:53:14  

36 coupe said: (quoted from post at 21:53:14 10/22/13) You started by saying you BURNT UP a 6 volt starter on 12 volts.


That's true, I said, "A while back I burned out my 6v starter on my 12v system, so I replaced it with a rebuilt 12v starter from NAPA."

That happened a couple of years ago, and then only after it ran fine for about 5 years on 12 volts. So no problem there.
I only mentioned that to indicate that I now have a 12 volt NAPA starter. The issue of this post isn't about the starter, it's about the starter drive.

"Your trouble started when you decided to put 12 volts on a 6 volt starter". Nope, in this case, all the broken starter drives were on a 12v starter with a 12v battery.

Sorry for the confusion, I probably could have written that more clearly. My fault.

So nobody here has indicated any reason why these starter drives have failed other than poor quality (I don't think I was mashing the starter button too hard ;) ). So OK, I'll start my discussion with the supplier, see what they say.
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Ultradog MN

10-22-2013 08:42:34
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 Re: Start drive gear shattered twice...why? in reply to chicowoodhill, 10-22-2013 08:22:00  
Coupe is such an inverterate hater of all things solid state or 12V that all he has to do is see the term 12V and he wets his pants.



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36 coupe

10-22-2013 13:55:03
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 Re: Start drive gear shattered twice...why? in reply to Ultradog MN, 10-22-2013 08:42:34  
Go eat some squash.



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Dean

10-22-2013 06:05:53
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 Re: Start drive gear shattered twice...why? in reply to 36 coupe, 10-22-2013 04:27:39  
Bingo.

Dean



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