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John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options

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Glen D Anderson

05-13-2019 14:35:18




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Good day!

The 12V starter on our '65 3020 is getting pretty soggy so before it completely packs it in I'd like to round up a replacement. That said, I'm curious as to the aftermarket options that are out there?

I found that Tim S. had mentioned the Iskra IS 0663 sometime ago. Just wondering if you're still happy with those starters?

TIA




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Glen D Anderson

05-17-2019 05:58:34




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Glen D Anderson, 05-13-2019 14:35:18  
FYI, to those who may be interested north of the boarder, Karam A.L. out of Saskatoon, Sask. carry the Iskra(Letrika/Mahle) line of starters & alternators among many other brands for the ag., industrial, and automotive worlds. Also, offering 24V to 12V conversion kits for the older Deeres I see.....

Good / knowledgeable customer service & prompt delivery on parts.



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buickanddeere

05-14-2019 15:02:00




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Glen D Anderson, 05-13-2019 14:35:18  
. The AZG line of starters has even more power with 5Kw on 12V if there is clearance to fit the application .
http://www.iskra-agv.cz/us/pdf/starter_motors.pdf



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Glen D Anderson

05-14-2019 13:21:35




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Glen D Anderson, 05-13-2019 14:35:18  
Any recommendations as to distributors for the Iskra starters in Canada? If not, then in the U.S.?

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Glen D Anderson

05-14-2019 10:13:16




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Glen D Anderson, 05-13-2019 14:35:18  
Appreciate the feedback Tom.

Most of us are busy enough & don't need a make work project from a failure like that.....

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buickanddeere

05-14-2019 07:11:09




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Glen D Anderson, 05-13-2019 14:35:18  
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The gear reductions can be a mixed blessing . Gear reductions in general tend to have more torque but less cranking rpms than a typical direct drive . The PM gear reductions are a little bit faster than the traditional gear reductions with energized field windings . The Iskra as shown is the best all around starter for the 3020. 4Kw is the level of power that should be installed . Bigger is better.

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cannonball

05-14-2019 04:33:48




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Glen D Anderson, 05-13-2019 14:35:18  
might try this one



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tomstractorsandtoys

05-14-2019 04:58:45




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to cannonball, 05-14-2019 04:33:48  
I do not like those as I had a housing snap off on one less than a year old. It caused the started gear to stick and ate the teeth off my ring gear.Tom



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Glen D Anderson

05-13-2019 21:39:23




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Glen D Anderson, 05-13-2019 14:35:18  
Thanks Tim.

Who did you purchase the starter through?
Speaking of China, just had an "unsatisfactory" experience with some bearings so I can relate...

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Tim S

05-13-2019 14:55:00




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Glen D Anderson, 05-13-2019 14:35:18  
Yes, that is a 12 volt starter and it's short enough to work well on the 3020. and Solvenia is way better than China



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David G

05-13-2019 16:01:15




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 Re: John Deere 3020 12V Starter Options in reply to Tim S, 05-13-2019 14:55:00  
Is that gear reduction?



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