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Re: starter ring gear

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04-18-2013 16:00:55

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Beveled side to rear of tractor. Freezethe flywheel over night--catch wife gone-heat ring gear in oven-put ring in oven-turn oven to about 450-when reaches 450 drop it on the frozen flywheel. Very little tapping needed.

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chris laube

04-18-2013 16:45:38

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 Re: starter ring gear in reply to TOM N MS, 04-18-2013 16:00:55  
thanks for advice flywheels in freezer,i wanted to also know about the bevel on the gear is it on the right side of the tooth or the left my old one looked like it was on the left side of the gear tooth,new ones on the right,i know its there to mesh in with the starter but i wanted to know if it was right part

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04-18-2013 17:34:51

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 Re: starter ring gear in reply to chris laube, 04-18-2013 16:45:38  
Starter bendix goes in past the flywheel ring gear when installed, so when you hit the starter button it moves into the ring gear from the rear toward the front so the beveled edge of the teeth on the ring gear is installed facing the rear of the tractor-bevel gives bendix gear teeth a little lead-in to mesh with the teeth on the ring gear.

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04-18-2013 17:30:16

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 Re: starter ring gear in reply to chris laube, 04-18-2013 16:45:38  
Put it on the side that the starter drive engages. Maybe yours had been turned before.

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