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Gary Mitchell

02-23-2021 09:41:38

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15,16, years ago someone told me that they had a heck of a time finding a starter for a 60 Oliver. I scrounged a couple up over the years and they now reside in my shop along with a whole lot of other "priceless" farm jewelry for us to trip over. Any thoughts? gm

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02-25-2021 08:51:21

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 Re: 60 Starter in reply to Gary Mitchell, 02-23-2021 09:41:38  
If you're like I am and sell them, you'll always have in the back of your mind "Now what if I find a cheap 60 that needs a starter?". I had a generator here with a governor on it for a 1250 gas and sold it to somebody out in Minnesota or somewhere. A guy in our tractor club asked me what the heck I did that for. He asked if I was done collecting or something? I don't have any real intention of buying a 1250, but now if I do find one for next to nothing in need of a generator and governor, I'm out of luck.

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02-25-2021 07:15:53

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 Re: 60 Starter in reply to Gary Mitchell, 02-23-2021 09:41:38  
I'm helping an old guy sell off a shop and multiple outbuildings worth of stuff like that. It taught me to only hoard things for which I "might" have an immediate need and let everything else go. In your case, I'd put a 60 replacement starter in the "sell" category, assuming you have a crank.

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02-25-2021 04:47:48

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 Re: 60 Starter in reply to Gary Mitchell, 02-23-2021 09:41:38  
Hang onto them, never know when you or a buddy might need them, or advertise them for sale and have somebody try to but them for pennies on the dollar. If you save them long enough, your kids will get to sell them for scrap when you are gone. Get rid of them and you will soon need one of them.

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