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RC Starter

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Phil Auten (Tx)

08-04-2002 12:41:33




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I've had my RC for a few years now, and the starter has never engaged the flywheel. The previous owner lives about 6 miles away and tells me he replaced the starter bendix himself with no change.

I'm getting tired of hand cranking it and would like to fix this.

I have checked the ring gear on the flywheel and it looks good.

I have also tried turning the flywheel about 1/8 turn to see if it might have a bad spot, but that didn't help either.

My question is, will a WC, WD or WD45 starter work, or is the RC starter unique?

Anyone have any experience with the RC starter/ring gear or know something I ought to but don't?

Thanks in advance,
Phil

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Steve in N.J.

08-04-2002 19:46:36




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 Re: RC Starter in reply to Phil Auten (Tx), 08-04-2002 12:41:33  
Phil,
If I remember correctly from reading a lot about the different AC models, AC used the B & C engine in the RC, so I would think that the starter/flywheel combo would be the same. Is it possible that the starter had been changed out sometime in it's life with a wrong replacement even before the last owner had it? Maybe that's why it doesn't engage. (?) Just a thought..... ... Steve

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