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Starter bendix

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james hill

01-01-2018 12:54:15




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Well the starter started making bad noises, so took off the starter and found it was missing the spring off the bendix, so I had to split the tractor to retrieve the rest of the missing parts, the snap ring is trashed, and can't find another one like it, so I order a new bendix. Had another starter on the shelf, but it wouldn't work, the bendix would not go in outt, it too needs a new bendix, but the shaft is bent, so rather then replace the bendix on it, we are just going to keep it for parts.

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Tall T

01-01-2018 23:57:35




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 Re: Starter bendix in reply to james hill, 01-01-2018 12:54:15  
James,

The mechanical intuition that made you choose to split must be
sound; after all, if according to others, finding multiple broken pieces causing trouble is about as remote a possibility as winning the lottery . . . then you got very lucky.

Spring lodged in the pressure plate sounds like a problem ready to compound itself into greater damage.

Where was Henry when they were handing out cast iron flywheel inspection covers? :D
T

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tractorguy2

01-01-2018 21:05:31




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 Re: Starter bendix in reply to james hill, 01-01-2018 12:54:15  
I found a complete new style drive in the last 8n I split.



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Grandpa love

01-01-2018 18:04:17




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 Re: Starter bendix in reply to james hill, 01-01-2018 12:54:15  
I have a 640 with at least one set of starter parts in it! Been there at least a year.



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Tall T

01-01-2018 17:22:31




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 Re: Starter bendix in reply to james hill, 01-01-2018 12:54:15  
Showcrop,

That's twice! :D



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showcrop

01-01-2018 17:05:13




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 Re: Starter bendix in reply to james hill, 01-01-2018 12:54:15  
Yeah, you deprived a future owner of some excitement. I did split one once that had no starter parts in it.



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showcrop

01-01-2018 17:03:29




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 Re: Starter bendix in reply to james hill, 01-01-2018 12:54:15  
Yeah, you deprived a future owner of some excitement. I did split one once that had no starter parts in it.



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ZANE

01-01-2018 15:44:08




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 Re: Starter bendix in reply to james hill, 01-01-2018 12:54:15  
You could have just left that starter piece lying in the clutch housing. Wouldn't hurt a thing. I've taken Ns apart that had part from as many as three or four starter drives.

Zane



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james hill

01-01-2018 17:43:03




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 Re: Starter bendix in reply to ZANE, 01-01-2018 15:44:08  
Was glad I took it apart, the bendix Spring was hung up in the clutch plate.



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