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electric start unstyled wc

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new to ac

04-02-2008 17:06:45




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Was electric start on option on the flat top WC? If it was what was used for cross member under gas tank? Thanks in advance.




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new to ac

04-04-2008 19:21:35




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 Re: electric start unstyled wc in reply to new to ac, 04-02-2008 17:06:45  
Thanks for the input everyone.



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DARDAN

04-03-2008 11:36:11




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 Re: electric start unstyled wc in reply to new to ac, 04-02-2008 17:06:45  
Intresting point.
I have seen lots of flat tops with starter, even 40 years ago. Assumed that it was an option, at least at some point before restyling.
BUT--I allways thought it was currious that every electric f/t had a cluthch housing with the hole for the for the oil line on a RC, which was after the restyle. Just never got around to discussing it with anyone.
Don't really have a clue of what was original.

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Garry from SD

04-03-2008 06:32:38




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 Re: electric start unstyled wc in reply to new to ac, 04-02-2008 17:06:45  
As Harry mentioned, it's not a factory uption. My brother converted my dad's 37 to electric. It's not to difficult, just need a starter, flywheel housing off a styled WC, a battery box, and alternator, plus a wiring harness. If you're rebuilding an unstyled, might want to consider converting it. It's easier to turn a key then to hand crank.



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Garry from SD

04-03-2008 06:56:35




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 Re: electric start unstyled wc in reply to Garry from SD, 04-03-2008 06:32:38  
Follow the link to see our converted WC.

You can just make out the starter in front of the gear shift.



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Harry J. Case

04-02-2008 18:30:36




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 Re: electric start unstyled wc in reply to new to ac, 04-02-2008 17:06:45  
Welcome to AC Never heard of a flat top (unstyled WC) with factory electric starter. Am 99 44/100% sure that the first ones were the styled models that came out for '39, even had electric lights! Just went junk hunting last week end and rounded up a late model WC clutch housing, starter and flywheel with the starter gear etc. to convert the 37 while its all apart for restoration. Thanks, Harry

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Joe M(GA)

04-02-2008 18:19:08




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 Re: electric start unstyled wc in reply to new to ac, 04-02-2008 17:06:45  
It was just a simple brace setup
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Joe M(GA)

04-02-2008 19:03:00




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 Re: electric start unstyled wc in reply to Joe M(GA), 04-02-2008 18:19:08  
sorry about that,wrong picture. Starter in late style bellhousing will fit under the bracing on a unstyled

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