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Re: Recognize this brand of starter? (pics)

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06-03-2013 18:57:55

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The bendix was not stuck in the flywheel, but it wouldn't turn.

It did try to turn, I could here it.

As rusty as it is, I'm hoping it's literally stuck and can be freed up.

Certainly doesn't look like a new one to me!

I haven't tore the back cap off yet, or even the ring.

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06-03-2013 21:39:06

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 Re: Recognize this brand of starter? (pics) in reply to Royse, 06-03-2013 18:57:55  
It's NOT a "brand of starter", just simply the name of the automotive electrical rebuilder who rebuilt it the last time.

Used to be ALL sorts of 'em.

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06-08-2013 06:21:45

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 Re: Recognize this brand of starter? (pics) in reply to Bob, 06-03-2013 21:39:06  
Ford was the only auto maker that made their starters and generators.In the early days Henry Ford got parts from the Dodge brothers.He must have paid them with Ford stock because they were a major stock holder.After he bought out all the stockholders he started making every thing needed for building cars and trucks.Tires, glass, sawmills for wooden parts.Dash gauges were made by King Seeley, keys by Briggs& Stratton,carberators by Stromberg.King Seeley made table saws for Sears in the 50s.Ford bought a huge rubber plantation.Made gasoline from coke production.Ford had radios made by Philco.It was common to see rebuilders tags on starters and generators.I bought Ford V8 short blocks from Western Auto and Sears for 99.00 in the 50s.

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