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case 511b need help

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dave croft

09-25-2009 05:50:57




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I am working on my mother case 511b and really dont know alot about it. I just over hauled the motor and then the starter would not turn the engine over due to the teeth on the flywheel ring gear, I fixed the ring gear and had the starter rebuilt and when I put the starter back on noticed the gear on the starter does not move but about a 1/4 in out to engage the fly wheel. Does the starter gear stay with the flywheel when it is running? also on the throw out bearing shout the forks be behind it completely or should they go in the slots on the bearing? they were just behind it and I believe the forks should go in the slots of the throw out bearing but like I said I do not know alot about tractors Thanks for any help Dave

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JGarner

09-25-2009 19:33:43




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 Re: case 511b need help in reply to dave croft, 09-25-2009 05:50:57  
I had it all typed in and the YT filter saw something it didn't like and kicked it back to me and I lost the whole message. How you could get anything vulgar out of starter or clutch operation is beyond me.

Sorry I didn't answer sooner, I was out of town and away from my manuals. I will go back to your original e-mail, Yahoo doesn't care what you write, not that I would be vulgar answering this question anyway. Now ask me about our present batch of national politicians and I could get bleeped real fast!! (<:

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dave croft

09-26-2009 05:17:50




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 Re: case 511b need help in reply to JGarner, 09-25-2009 19:33:43  
Thanks for responding jim. I really thought someone on here should know the answer to the starter problem. I cant be the only one who has had this problem can I?



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JGarner

09-26-2009 11:00:08




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 Re: case 511b need help in reply to dave croft, 09-26-2009 05:17:50  
The one that is sure to know is mEl. I also think, Thad, John Saeli, Don Livingston, Don Rudolf and a few others may know this too. Like you said from your email, all the car/pick-up starters I have dealt with push the whole starter gear in the ring gear, but that doesn't mean some of the tractors use a partially engaged gear with an internal clutch for mechanical coupling to turn the engine over, I honestly have never pulled a tractor starter off and tested it.

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