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Installing new starter drive

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mike9n

08-10-2020 11:10:01




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Trying to install new starter driver on my 41 9n and the hole on the new drive for the pin is partly covered with the washer. What is the trick to Getting pin in hole?




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Hobo,NC

08-11-2020 16:06:45




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to mike9n, 08-10-2020 11:10:01  
The original type starter drive was a piece of cake the later can be a bear..



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mike9n

08-11-2020 09:14:11




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to mike9n, 08-10-2020 11:10:01  
Thanks for the help folks. Got it done with a couple of welders visegrip clamps.



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rossow (mn)

08-11-2020 06:20:58




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to mike9n, 08-10-2020 11:10:01  
It has been a LONG time (like 20 or more years) since I replaced the drive on my '52 8N, so I may be completely out of line here. But I vaguely recall filing a very short taper on one side of the tip of the pin, and that was enough to let the pin get just started in the hole. Then it tapped in easily. But as I said, my memory may have failed me and I might be thinking of a unique way to get new laces in my work boots or something else crazy.

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Richard G.

08-11-2020 06:59:58




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to rossow (mn), 08-11-2020 06:20:58  
I have done the same thing and it worked fine.
Richard in NW SC



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Hobo,NC

08-11-2020 04:49:34




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to mike9n, 08-10-2020 11:10:01  
Everyone I do seams to go a littler different : (

https://forums.yesterdaystractors.com/viewtopic.php?t=1303952&highlight=thread



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Left Coast Geek

08-11-2020 00:08:45




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to mike9n, 08-10-2020 11:10:01  
geez, no eedit on this site? ugh.

https://pierce.smugmug.com/Misc/Tractor/i-tHSxQC9



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Left Coast Geek

08-11-2020 00:03:42




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to mike9n, 08-10-2020 11:10:01  
https://pierce.smugmug.com/Misc/Tractor/i-tHSxQC9



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Left Coast Geek

08-11-2020 00:02:11




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to mike9n, 08-10-2020 11:10:01  
huh, the starter I just got from this site had the bendix allready installed. just bolted it right up, and new solenoid and boom!



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Bruce (VA)

08-10-2020 11:26:18




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to mike9n, 08-10-2020 11:10:01  

depending on which bendix is on the starter, you can usually compress it enough in a vice to remove/install the pin.



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mike9n

08-10-2020 11:53:59




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 Re: Installing new starter drive in reply to Bruce (VA), 08-10-2020 11:26:18  
Thanks Bruce. Havenít set up shop yet so no access to vise. Got the old drive off with no problem itís the new one I got from Yesterdayís Tractor that I canít get the pin back in on.



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