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08-14-2009 05:15:43

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My what I call CD eagle hitch with de combine motor 35 radiator hood and gas tank made shorter for battery placment . Loaded on trailer 2 weeks ago to bushhog at farm. After loading starter would not turm engine but spun Thought spring had broke No , nose of starter broke off and armarture shaft also snapper. Always started easy even with crank didn't kick back when cold, never started with crank when hot, till while mowing with broken starter. Then noticed it wanted to kick back and roll back when fired. OK it's timed way to fast. Just locate the D on flywheel and time mag properly, install starter from my stock of junk ( I mean replacment parts) Did you ever try to locate the D through that little hole by yourself using the crank. Took a piece of 3/4 by 1/8 flat stock about 5 inches long drilled 3/8 hole on one end cut other end at angel to give a point, bolted on front cover. now found the D on fly wheel then notched crank pulley. Now WHY didn't case build them this way.

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Paul f

08-14-2009 06:01:22

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 Re: The D in Case DC in reply to wilson, 08-14-2009 05:15:43  
They must have had the factory weakling swing a tack hammer to punch the markings on the flywheel.

I use a 3/4 drive socket 1-13/16 to turn the belt pulley. I can do that as i stare into the timing hole trying to see the scratch mark the put on tthe flywheel

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Scott KY

08-14-2009 05:33:17

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 Re: The D in Case DC in reply to wilson, 08-14-2009 05:15:43  
I've been through that same situation. My solution was to set a mirror beside the hole on the flywheel cover. Hard to see but it did work. Two people makes that job easier.

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08-14-2009 05:23:37

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 Re: The D in Case DC in reply to wilson, 08-14-2009 05:15:43  
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