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NeilY

01-12-2018 22:49:03




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Will a starter off a Massey 444 work on a 1950 Massey 44?




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David G

01-13-2018 12:46:23




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to NeilY, 01-12-2018 22:49:03  
Go to Goldburg's site.



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buickanddeere

01-13-2018 11:58:12




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to NeilY, 01-12-2018 22:49:03  
Took almost a minute to google MT39 and find the info.

http://www.delcoremy.com/getmedia/a6f943ce-00ac-40b3-8725-7324cee819a1/Delco-39MT-Single-Page-Brochure-1-16.pdf.aspx

http://www.delcoremy.com/Starters/Find-by-Model-Family/39MT-Gear-Reduction-Starter#features



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buickanddeere

01-13-2018 09:26:15




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to NeilY, 01-12-2018 22:49:03  
Starters are as generic as socks . Just look at the number of mounting bolts , pattern, gear tooth number , tooth pitch and rotation. New Generic starters from eBay of your local parts shop son’t Cost any more than a pre abused starter . There are some outright powerful starters such as the MT39 which will wail over even an 8.1 Diesel in the winter .



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NeilY

01-13-2018 09:42:43




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to buickanddeere, 01-13-2018 09:26:15  
Thank you buickanddeere, can you send more info
On that powerfull starter you mentioned as I am
Rebuilding my h260 and have a set of M&W pistons Im putting in. Compression ratio will be higher.



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krm

01-13-2018 07:45:36




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to NeilY, 01-12-2018 22:49:03  
Starter for a Cockshutt 40 or 50 is the same as a MH 44 except for where the battery cable mounts.



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NeilY

01-13-2018 08:04:19




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to krm, 01-13-2018 07:45:36  
Will it work? The nose cone on my original starter looks Just a little longer than the starter off the 444
Starter?



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centash

01-13-2018 06:11:36




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to NeilY, 01-12-2018 22:49:03  
444 is 12 volt, 44 is 6 volt. If converting to 12 volt, you will need new lights, generator, regulator, etc. Ben



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David G

01-13-2018 06:05:45




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to NeilY, 01-12-2018 22:49:03  
I would believe it should fit if 44 is 4 cylinder and not 6, do not know about 6.



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Dieseltech

01-13-2018 02:10:31




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to NeilY, 01-12-2018 22:49:03  
Believe it will bolt on, and it's 12 volt if I recall.



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NeilY

01-13-2018 06:21:10




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to Dieseltech, 01-13-2018 02:10:31  
My Tractor has already Ben converted to 12 volt



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David G

01-13-2018 06:41:30




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 Re: Massey 44 starter in reply to NeilY, 01-13-2018 06:21:10  
I put a gear reduction starter on my MH44 EFI from Goldburg, the compression is 9.5:1, it cranks over a lot easier.



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