Hello! What Norm the rebuilder said is true, When my 35 was still 6 volt, On a cold winter day I went out to start it and it was turning over so slow that it fired before top dead center and kicked over backwards and broke the nose cone. I welded it back up, and when it was real cold I jumped the starter with 12 volt, starts right up that way, now mater how cold it gets. I later converted to 12 volt, That worked good till i started using the tractor a lot and the battery got charged good then the starter started slaming in hard and broke it again. So i bought a 12 volt starter and have no problems since. Those are the 2 reasons the nose cone breaks that i know of.- Hope this helps- ed
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