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bendix for my ford jubilee

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ejensen

06-11-2018 22:12:01




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Is the Bendix in the picture in the engaged or disengaged position? I think it is in the disengaged position. Not driving the flywheel. Left my email off a previous post




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Hobo,NC

06-14-2018 04:49:56




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to ejensen, 06-11-2018 22:12:01  
I got hold of one I could not get to retract once I did get it to were I could get the pin out the pin was stuck... I made a simple tool it will compress it no matter were the drive is at...
http://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=1303952&highlight=starter



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ejensen

06-14-2018 17:50:02




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to Hobo,NC, 06-14-2018 04:49:56  

Hobo,

After seeing what you did using things you had, very innovative, I built a tool to work on bendixs. It works: used two pieces of angle 3/16 x 1 1/2 angle , a piece of full thread 1/4 rods, cut to proper length, plus 1/4 in nuts and washers. Thanks for sharing with me.

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ejensen

06-14-2018 09:11:19




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to Hobo,NC, 06-14-2018 04:49:56  
Hobo, Is that an 8N starter you are working on to remove the pin? looks like your all thread goes through the starter in two places. Starter on my jubilee is different than the starter on the 8N. The drive looks the same and I do have a small 12 ton press which after looking at your tool to compress the Bendix think I could make something similar. Sent you a picture of the Bendix tool I ordered.Would like your opinion about tool. Looks like it would work

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ejensen

06-14-2018 08:39:46




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to Hobo,NC, 06-14-2018 04:49:56  

Hobo, Great improvise for removing the pin. !!! Came across a tool on ebay would like your opinion. I just like tools so ordered the tool Included a picture of the tool



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riveroadrat

06-13-2018 19:56:48




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to ejensen, 06-11-2018 22:12:01  
You dont need a tool with the right bendix, it gives just enough to install the pin. You just need your hands.



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ejensen

06-13-2018 21:36:19




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to riveroadrat, 06-13-2018 19:56:48  
riveroadrat,

Still haven't found a Bendix like you mentioned. At present need to use the one I have. Have had it for a year so unable to return it now.



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riveroadrat

06-12-2018 15:41:42




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to ejensen, 06-11-2018 22:12:01  
The OEM style and some aftermarket all you had to do was take one hand and pull the bendix toward the motor and the pin would push right out. Its spring loaded on the pin end so the pi n wont come out. Its only that one type that myself and another poster had trouble getting the pin out because you couldnt pull that face away from the pin.



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ejensen

06-14-2018 17:57:02




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to riveroadrat, 06-12-2018 15:41:42  

Wanted to showyou a homemade tool for removing the pins in a barrel style Bendix. Got the idea from , Hobo,
Used two pieces of 6 1/2 inch long 3/16 x 1 1/2 angle iron, a piece of full thread rod cut to two pieces of proper length, and several 1/4 inch nuts plus washers

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ejensen

06-12-2018 16:20:53




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to riveroadrat, 06-12-2018 15:41:42  
riveroadrat,

I saw a OEM style in a picture like you mentioned. A definite better usable Bendix. Do not know how a person would remove a Bendix like in the picture on my post. Probably use a Dremel tool and grind the collar of the Bendix to remove the Bendix.The OEM Bendix may still be available but all I could find on the internet was like the one in the picture on my post.



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ejensen

06-13-2018 06:11:39




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to ejensen, 06-12-2018 16:20:53  
Riveroadrat
I saw a tool on the internet that Macís auto parts sells
Tool for working on bendix starter drives
Looks like it would compress the drive to remove or install the pin



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riveroadrat

06-13-2018 05:18:10




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to ejensen, 06-12-2018 16:20:53  
The OES Ford ones came in two styles. The first ones you could see the spring on the outside and the later ones the spring was enclosed. If you go buy one at an auto part or tractor parts all you have do do is see if you can hand squeeze that pin collar back far enough so the pin will slide in. The one that gave me trouble looked like the later style but seemed to be a smaller outside diameter and you couldnt pull it back past the pin hole. They may have used those drives on Ford vehicles also.

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riveroadrat

06-12-2018 15:23:01




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to ejensen, 06-11-2018 22:12:01  
The OEM style and some aftermarket all you had to do was take one hand and pull the bendix toward the motor and the pin would push right out. Its spring loaded on the pin end so the pi n wont come out. Its only that one type that myself and another poster had trouble getting the pin out because you couldnt pull that face away from the pin.



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riveroadrat

06-12-2018 07:35:51




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to ejensen, 06-11-2018 22:12:01  
That pic is disengaged. If you happen to engage it while off the tractor you can spin it on a wire wheel in the right direction and it will disengaage. I know that one maker of the replacement drives you pretty much have to destroy to get it off the starter. I dont know who sells those or I would avoid them. I think a cutoff wheel was what I used to get it to where I could remove the pin. I should have taken some pics and put them in an email draft.

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ejensen

06-12-2018 08:05:51




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 Re: bendix for my ford jubilee in reply to riveroadrat, 06-12-2018 07:35:51  
riveroadrat, Good information. I was wondering how a person would remove the Bendix in the picture. Your idea using a cut off wheel is excellent. My main problem is how to install the retaining pin.Have several solutions: Taper the retaining pin slightly and drive it in, use a tapered punch to force the retainer back and drive in the pin from the otherside.



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