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joe davidson

02-19-2010 17:19:29

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is there a trick to putting starters in got d14 It seems to be hitting the flywheel?? turned it all ways want go all the way in

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joe davidson

02-19-2010 19:32:07

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 Re: trick to starters in reply to joe davidson, 02-19-2010 17:19:29  
this is the best i can make out with out sanding the new paint off damn for not writing it down when i could read it better trying to finish tractor before my grandfrather passes away it was his and his not doing to go right now i could have hours or weeks its bad he's 82 and i'm 31 he had it all my life rode on the cultivators when i was younger thanks for all the help ya'll people have given to me

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02-21-2010 08:01:19

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 Re: trick to starters in reply to joe davidson, 02-19-2010 19:32:07  
Joe, I know what you are up against and wish I could be of some help, but I don't know a thing about a D-14..

All I can give is the BEST of Luck and Hang in there..I KNOW he appreciates what you are doing...!!


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joe davidson

02-19-2010 19:11:30

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 Re: trick to starters in reply to joe davidson, 02-19-2010 17:19:29  
looks like ser#5063

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Jeff Z.

02-19-2010 17:48:19

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 Re: trick to starters in reply to joe davidson, 02-19-2010 17:19:29  
I don"t know if it would make any difference but there were two different starters for the D14.
A six volt and after serial number 19001 there was a 12 volt.
Do you think the drive housing might not be right?

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ron in mn.

02-21-2010 19:55:47

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 Re: trick to starters in reply to Jeff Z., 02-19-2010 17:48:19  
I'm pretty sure that starter is held in with one bolt on the outside & is pointed. The starter has tapered hole line up the two & you should be all set. GOOD LUCK ! RON

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