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Re: Gravely Tractor starter

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01-26-2013 18:31:53

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FarmallBob, the original starters for all Gravely T-head engines were Delco Remy. I once heard you can take the guts out of a regular DR starter (like a Farmall) and do a transplant into your Gravely starter. I believe a few starters had the same body, but you would reuse the front flange mount and gear drive that the Gravely needed.

But I haven't done that transplant business to know if it works or not. All of the Gravely starters I have played with were not hopelessly gone, and were able to be rebuilt by a starter shop. is Richard's Gravely. He used to have rebuilt/new starters available.

Here's a link I had in my bookmarks for a not so cheap version:

Is the Delco tag still on your starter? Would NAPA be able to match you a starter with that information?

Ben W. in VA

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01-27-2013 04:46:59

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 Re: Gravely Tractor starter in reply to SuperABen, 01-26-2013 18:31:53  
Hi Ben, It is a Delco Remy USA 1108311-3A-17 stamped on the body of the starter. It came off a Gravely Tractor I purchased and the man started it by turning the starter with his hand to a different location. It came off an L8 Gravely 1966. Thank you for your help.

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