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C Clark

04-09-2018 20:53:56




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Hi. Looking for a starter motor to get an RD-14A generator going. Guy I bought it off had it running using a starter off a td14 he had. I have an early Td18 which has a delco #113452 but it is very different. Was in visiting a fellow collector and noticed his UD18 was different. He loaned it to me and it fits perfect. It is a Delco 109106. That will get me going for now but I will have to give it back. Question is what else used this starter? Not many Td/UD18 or 14's where I am (New Zealand) so if they were used else where that might make it easier. Thanks. Cameron

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C Clark

04-11-2018 14:00:51




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 Re: Delco starter motor in reply to C Clark, 04-09-2018 20:53:56  
Thank you all for your comments. Checked the loan starter again but cant see another '1' at the beginning. That said I am sure your right and that there should be, therefore make it a 1109106 which as Jim showed would have come from a UD18 which it did. At least now I know what I am looking for. Thanks again



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Jim Becker

04-11-2018 09:04:44




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 Re: Delco starter motor in reply to C Clark, 04-09-2018 20:53:56  
My IH parts catalog (from 1952) shows these starter numbers:

UD-14A and UD-20 1109108

UD-18A 1109106

They are direct drive starters. The only difference between these starter is the drive housing.

TD-14A 000710

TD-18A 000756

The numbers look wierd, wonder if they need a leading 1. They are gear reduction starters. The differences are the drive housing, commutator end frame, and a piece of insulation.

Another reference (1965) repeats the above, including T-14 and T-18 and adds:

TD-14A 1953-1956 1109014

TD-14A 1957-1958 1113340

TD-18A 1957-1958 1113339

TD-20 1958-1959 1113346

TD-20 1960-1962 1113368

I included the TD-20 stuff as the early UD-20 reference suggested it might be relevant.

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Duner Wi

04-10-2018 18:30:44




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 Re: Delco starter motor in reply to C Clark, 04-09-2018 20:53:56  
Here is what my 1965 Wilson book says.
1944-52 12 volt TD14- TD14A #710 Wilson # STT707
1953 -56 12 volt TD14A #1109014 Wilson # STT707.
In the application part of catalog STT707 is only used on TD14 and TD14A.
The #710 is with the Delco numbers, Delco usually uses 7 numbers during this era.
Catalog has separate listing for Prestolite/Autolte and Lucas. Don't have info for UD18.



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Bob

04-09-2018 21:41:34




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 Re: Delco starter motor in reply to C Clark, 04-09-2018 20:53:56  
NOT sure what's with the numbers you posted, are they missing a "1" at the beginning?

Check out the link below, is that starter anything like you need?

You can input some varying info into that e-cat and come up with some other numbers, as well.

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Janicholson

04-09-2018 20:59:16




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 Re: Delco starter motor in reply to C Clark, 04-09-2018 20:53:56  
TD 14 18 and 20 (IIRC) all used the same starter, the Power Units using the same engines might (or might not). If you have a broken or worn starter, having it remanufactured might be the most cost effective. Jim



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