|kevin moschenrose said: (quoted from post at 19:58:05 12/06/12) One side note dont stay on the 6 volt starter long or you will be replacing it too.|
I'm sorry Kevin, but I have to strongly disagree with you. I have been running 12V on 6V starters on many units for over 20 years. A Starter and Generator rebuilder told me back in the fifties that the windings in a 6V starter are much heavier than the 12V starters. And will last longer than a 12V starter. It makes sense since you have to use heavier battery cables on 6V because it doesn't have the push that 12V does. I would guess that anyone that tells you differently is trying to sell you a starter.
MMDEL This post was edited by MMDEL at 16:09:05 12/06/12.