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08-10-2018 10:50:22

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I have a new heavy duty drive for the starter, the old style with the heavy spring and bolts had one of the bolts to hold the drive on with the key, does the new style just stay on with the key, there looks like there is a threaded hole but no way to get to a set screw if there is one.

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randy hall

08-10-2018 13:23:08

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 Re: H starter drive in reply to matthies, 08-10-2018 10:50:22  
you have to pry your way in to get to it.

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08-10-2018 15:40:01

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 Re: H starter drive in reply to randy hall, 08-10-2018 13:23:08  
Thanks guys, that makes more sense with prying, will check it out Sunday, local CIH dealer didn't stock one so had to go to local auto store rebuilder.

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gene bender

08-10-2018 13:26:50

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 Re: H starter drive in reply to randy hall, 08-10-2018 13:23:08  
by the way mine from I-H HAD METRIC screw

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gene bender

08-10-2018 11:24:24

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 Re: H starter drive in reply to matthies, 08-10-2018 10:50:22  
there is a set screw on the new one at least there was one on the new from I-H I got yesterday

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