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1070 starter in 930?

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MattLF9

09-12-2014 15:01:26




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Hi guys.
Will a 1070 starter work in a 930 diesel?




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Thad

09-13-2014 05:00:37




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to MattLF9, 09-12-2014 15:01:26  
Different number of teeth on the drive gear between the two.



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jerry he

09-13-2014 18:45:53




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to Thad, 09-13-2014 05:00:37  
I think the nose of the starter is eccentric. If you look at the noses some have different offsets in the flange that contacts the block. Therefore they could have a different number of teeth as long as the distance between them is the same. I think the rule is diesel to diesel and gas to gas when it comes to ring gears and starters.



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jerry he

09-13-2014 15:11:07




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to Thad, 09-13-2014 05:00:37  
We have a 451 from an 1175 in front of an 830 comfortking case-o-matic and I am certain we used the starter from the 1175.



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MattLF9

09-13-2014 19:23:31




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to jerry he, 09-13-2014 15:11:07  
We put the starter in today and tried it and it worked! So things must line up or it would not have worked right?



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jerry he

09-14-2014 05:11:33




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to MattLF9, 09-13-2014 19:23:31  
You are in good shape.



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MattLF9

09-13-2014 08:24:17




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to Thad, 09-13-2014 05:00:37  
Can I just swap the gears over or is it more involved than that?



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JW

09-12-2014 15:39:55




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to MattLF9, 09-12-2014 15:01:26  
Pretty sure you need to change the nose if I remember right. I did it once trying to whirl one over faster. Don't remember it making that much difference, but it was many 930s back



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MattLF9

09-12-2014 19:08:20




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to JW, 09-12-2014 15:39:55  
Why does the nose have to be swapped? Is it a clearance issue?



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Jw

09-13-2014 05:10:28




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to MattLF9, 09-12-2014 19:08:20  
I don't remember, think Thad is right that the drive gear needed swaped also



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MattLF9

09-13-2014 08:05:46




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 Re: 1070 starter in 930? in reply to Jw, 09-13-2014 05:10:28  
Ok I hope I can get a different drive gear somewhere.



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