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Allis C starter spins backwards?

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Speedrcrjl

09-10-2020 17:10:14




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I am restoring my grandpas AC C tractor and have rebuilt the starter but having trouble with the rotation direction. I replaced the bendix, end plate, springs, brushes, starter button.
Its probably from a 6v positive setup but will be converted to 12v negative ground.
When I test the starter, it spins, but the bendix retracts instead of throwing out and it seems like it rotates backwards.

Anyone have anywhere to start?

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Speedrcrjl

09-10-2020 19:41:36




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 Re: Allis C starter spins backwards? in reply to Speedrcrjl, 09-10-2020 17:10:14  
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Thanks! Transferred to original end plate since the holes were a bit different - will try in the morning thanks!!



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old

09-10-2020 20:13:33




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 Re: Allis C starter spins backwards? in reply to Speedrcrjl, 09-10-2020 19:41:36  
Yes hooking things up 180 out will cause it to turn backwards



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GarryinNC

09-10-2020 18:25:25




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 Re: Allis C starter spins backwards? in reply to Speedrcrjl, 09-10-2020 17:10:14  
I am thinking it is 90 degrees rotation on end plate. My cousin did that on Willys Jeep engine once.

Garry



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Repairman60

09-10-2020 17:41:35




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 Re: Allis C starter spins backwards? in reply to Speedrcrjl, 09-10-2020 17:10:14  
Did you by chance turn the end plate when you reassembled? I can't remember if it takes 90 or 180 degrees to reverse it.



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old

09-10-2020 17:33:35




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 Re: Allis C starter spins backwards? in reply to Speedrcrjl, 09-10-2020 17:10:14  
Only way that can happen is if the field windings where hooked up backward or brushes hooked up backwards



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Jim Pollock

09-10-2020 18:38:46




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 Re: Allis C starter spins backwards? in reply to old, 09-10-2020 17:33:35  
if you install the end plate on the starter 90 degrees off it will in deed run backwards. I did that on my case 210b one time. I scratched my head for a few minutes. some starters have an alignment pin. no idea if an ac has one or not.



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old

09-10-2020 19:12:55




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 Re: Allis C starter spins backwards? in reply to Jim Pollock, 09-10-2020 18:38:46  
Yes and that would have been in backwards



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