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A-C model B starter

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Nathan from IN

06-29-2008 14:48:39




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I've got a 44' model B and I can't get the starter off. Can any one help?




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ed in cny

07-07-2008 05:04:50




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 Re: A-C model B starter in reply to Nathan from IN, 06-29-2008 14:48:39  
Why? Rusted on or stuck? Rust would have to have some type of penetrating lube to get it free. if stuck and won't turn see it the bolt holding it on is broke off and up inside the hole. Could be that if it were sitting it may have rusted off and still holding. An easy out would be the next step. If not there then your next step would be to split tractor to get from the back side and tap it free. Good luck I hope this helps.

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Nathan from IN

07-07-2008 22:11:01




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 Re: A-C model B starter in reply to ed in cny, 07-07-2008 05:04:50  
Well as the one stud that holds the starter in place. We haven't been able to get the stud out, and theres not enough room to double nut it and back it out. We have used PB Blaster, liquid wrinch, and WD-40 and can't be budged.



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