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D-14 Tachometer Drive

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doorman

07-27-2008 18:54:22




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I just got a D14 and I need to know where the tach drive is. Was it originally on the back of the generator? Mine was converted to an alternator. Also there is a lever on top of the torque tube under the srarter, what is it for? thanks for any help. doorman




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Texas Denny

07-27-2008 19:15:06




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 Re: D-14 Tachometer Drive in reply to doorman, 07-27-2008 18:54:22  
I believe the lever to which you refer is the lever for engaging the belt pulley.



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doorman

07-27-2008 19:22:08




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 Re: D-14 Tachometer Drive in reply to Texas Denny, 07-27-2008 19:15:06  
Thanks for the reply. doorman



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chalmersbob

07-27-2008 19:04:08




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 Re: D-14 Tachometer Drive in reply to doorman, 07-27-2008 18:54:22  
the tach drives off the distributor housing. Bob



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doorman

07-27-2008 19:23:53




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 Re: D-14 Tachometer Drive in reply to chalmersbob, 07-27-2008 19:04:08  
Thanks for the reply. I will look at the distributer again tomorrow. doorman



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