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D 19 gas starter nightmare

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johndeerered

07-02-2019 19:53:17




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I have a d19 gas 262 and the starter drive no good, have ordered from several places and keep getting the wrong drive. I keep getting this little drive and the teeth are way to small for flywheel. Anybody know what may be wrong, the teeth are a lot bigger on flywheel.




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DrAllis

07-03-2019 18:55:02




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 Re: D 19 gas starter nightmare in reply to johndeerered, 07-02-2019 19:53:17  
Ring gears are different between gas and diesel D-19's. Starters are different too. Interestingly, the engine back plate is the same, so either starter can fit it. On the 180 thru 190XT tractors, the engine backplate is different between gas/diesel and the starters cannot be installed incorrectly.



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johndeerered

07-03-2019 19:23:20




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 Re: D 19 gas starter nightmare in reply to DrAllis, 07-03-2019 18:55:02  
I bought it with starter not mounted, so sounds like I have a diesel starter trying to work on a gas. Looks like I will be searching for a gas starter, thanks for the info.



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Bob

07-02-2019 22:58:52




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 Re: D 19 gas starter nightmare in reply to johndeerered, 07-02-2019 19:53:17  
Wonder if it's possible there's a diesel flywheel and/or ring gear in there?

Gas has 9-tooth drive, diesel has 10-tooth drive.

Diesel starter drive



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johndeerered

07-03-2019 19:18:37




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 Re: D 19 gas starter nightmare in reply to Bob, 07-02-2019 22:58:52  
I guess it could have been changed over the years, that diesel drive has the big teeth like I need but with nine teeth, is there such a drive like that or what else could I do, I did try a diesel starter of my diesel tractor but it would not engage and you could see where hitting that it was a little to big.



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