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Re: Dexta Key Starter
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Know that these post/replies are bit dated, but having issues with a Super Dexta that I agreed to look into a cooling problem . Got that rectified, now I m having an issue with what I thought was a problem in getting the starter bendix to full engage with the Flywheel. Now I m not sure if it s a problem within the starter, or just the wrong starter for this tractor. Tractor was upgraded years ago for an alternator, so I assume that that was when the starter was changed out too..?
My question is does anyone here know what the distance from the starter mounting flange face to the end of the bendix travel is? I measured the distance from the tractor s mounting surface to the face of the flywheel, then scribed that onto the starter s mounting housing and it really seems to fall way short of what would be needed to allow total teeth engagement.
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