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Re: starters

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02-08-1999 07:31:24

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It sounds like the windings are shot. Time to get a new one. As for the interchangability, I am not sure.

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02-08-1999 16:10:18

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 Re: Re: starters in reply to JW, 02-08-1999 07:31:24  
I don't believe I'd be so quick to throw this one out. Give the poor thing a chance! You wouldn't know its problem until it's been opened and properly diagnosed. I've had the original starters from my Cub and my B rebuilt at a local generator shop. I'd a lot rather have the originals than new ones. The rebuild for the B was $40.69. Itemized, it came out to $12.50 for a set of brushes, two bushings for $5.00, labor at $20.00, and tax $3.19. The cost for the Cub was similar. If the original starter lasted for forty or fifty years, the rebuild should give about as long. I shouldn't have to fool with it again during my life. Let us know what you decide to do. I'll look forward to hearing how it turns out.

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02-08-1999 09:53:15

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 Re: Re: starters in reply to JW, 02-08-1999 07:31:24  

You should be able to get it rebuilt for a reasonable price. I just got a starter for a Super C rebuilt for less than $70.00 and it had a broken armature shaft. The guy at the automotive electric place which rebuilt it told me that he can rebuild most American made starters so long as I bring him the outside case.

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02-11-1999 17:43:17

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 Re: Re: Re: starters in reply to C. Amick, 02-08-1999 09:53:15  
Thanks to everyone who posted some info. for me. I solved the problem by buying a starter from a wreckers. I needed the tractor immediately since it is my only tractor with a loader. I'll get the other starter looked at by an agri-auto sometime in the future.

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