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AUTOLITE MAX 4095 starters

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Chuck Machinist

10-14-2013 18:21:57

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Any leads on where I may find a 10 tooth starter assembly for a Autolite Max 4095 for my 411 ?

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10-14-2013 19:05:12

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 Re: AUTOLITE MAX 4095 starters in reply to Chuck Machinist, 10-14-2013 18:21:57  
That is a really common old drive . Any starter rebuilder will either have it or can get it. If you cant find one email me and I'll get you one. jstpa

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Chuck Machinist

10-15-2013 14:13:27

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 Re: AUTOLITE MAX 4095 starters in reply to jstpa, 10-14-2013 19:05:12  
Thanks for the information on the starter, your right, it is still available and quite common. My rebuild will be drastically reduced.. the starter drive is roughly priced at $40.00.Thanks!

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John Saeli

10-15-2013 18:02:15

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 Re: AUTOLITE MAX 4095 starters in reply to Chuck Machinist, 10-15-2013 14:13:27  
What did you decide on the nose cone?

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Chuck Machinist

10-15-2013 18:14:44

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 Re: AUTOLITE MAX 4095 starters in reply to John Saeli, 10-15-2013 18:02:15  
Ill have my hands on a starter carcass later this week John and then I will do a rebuild. At my leisure I will reweld the nose cone and save her for a spare. I will post some pics of the ring gear later in the week, when I get out to the farm. First glance does not look too worn .. I will take a small pry bar and rotate the entire ring gear for a good look!

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John Saeli

10-16-2013 04:58:27

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 Re: AUTOLITE MAX 4095 starters in reply to Chuck Machinist, 10-15-2013 18:14:44  
Usually, the ring gear will be burred in 3 areas. I've spent many hours on tractors & old trucks, reaching thru the starter hole w/ a file, filing burred teeth because I was too lazy to fix them correctly.

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10-16-2013 17:13:12

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 Re: AUTOLITE MAX 4095 starters in reply to John Saeli, 10-16-2013 04:58:27  
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Check the armature for straight, when the nose breaks from broken gears often it tweaks the armature shaft some.

We welded a nose three times using stainless wire and a red preheat with a rosebud torch cooling it slowly. every time it broke it was at a different spot, the SS held perfectly.

I won't even tell you what DC engine we were trying to start!!!

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