Posted by Ollie Oliver on February 23, 2014 at 20:28:51 from (126.96.36.199):
I have a '52 Oliver 99 4 cyl. I have started the restoration, and am debating to change it over to 12 volt. I have had the starter and generator redone, but to keep it original, they were rebuilt for a 6 volt. My problem is, 6 volt just is not enough to get er to spin. It does have the M and W 5" overbore kit in it, so it's a lot of motor to spin. So, I am thinking of taking the generator and starter back and having them reworked to 12 volt. Will I run into any problems elsewhere?I love originality, but I am tired of hand cranking or pulling it to get it to go. Thanks for any help.
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