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Re: Supposedly the latest greatest starter...

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My brother smoked the starter for in his 4430. Ran to the Deere dealer and paid through the nose for a brand new starter. Not a remain as thats what was on the shelf. Cranked about the same speed as the factory one 200rpm give or take for temp. I bought a cheap OSGR off eBay, highest kW I could find and only $135, put it in and gained around 105 cranking rpm. Yes, they sound faster because they are, at least based on my measurement with a non contact tachometer. With the factory starter the tach in the tractor wouldnt move, with the OSGR it actually registers rpm.
You also need to pay attention to what starter you buy and the rating. I have a Ford with the 6.0 diesel. The original starter is a 2kW OSGR. If you put the 2kW OSGR off a 6.4 diesel you will gain 50-75 rpm cranking speed and if you the 2kW OSGR off a 6.7 diesel you will gain 100-125. This has been documented many many times and there are YouTube videos about it. If you take them apart they look identical, Im not sure what makes them faster but in does make a difference.

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