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Hobo,NC
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2017 5:38 pm    Post subject: STARTER DRIVE Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Normal I put the starter in the press to get the starter drive pin out. I had one this week the pin was stuck so I had to come up with a way to press the drive and hold it while I beat the pin out, this one was a bugger. Pix suck but I thing you will get the I.D.



All thread a few nuts and some steel. leave the all thread long and clap it in a vice



The pin was stuck so bad I had to make a plate with a hole in it so I could drive the pin out





Used what I had on hand quick to hold the drive while I pressed it down to get the pin in will cut up a had full if washers for the next one.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2017 7:37 pm    Post subject: Re: STARTER DRIVE Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Everybody has to have a little Rube Goldberg in um but I cant connect the bolt cutters to
the job.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 4:36 am    Post subject: Re: STARTER DRIVE Reply to specific post Reply with quote

good job/idea
I had the opposite starter aggravation yesterday....
8N, doing the starter removal jigglin act...starter shaft pulled out of the drive...heard the dreaded clunk. Looked in the hole and saw the drive(new style)..barely...it got hung up while falling.
Some very careful work with a long screwdriver and my fingers...and I got it up and out...whew.

The too tight pin on yours...on mine..it fell out...
Shouldn't even be possible...but hey,.I was there Smile
Looking at it on the bench with that little steel sleeve that
covers half of the pin hole to retain it...nope, not possible for it to fall out...cept..it did
 
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 5:12 am    Post subject: Re: STARTER DRIVE Reply to specific post Reply with quote


The last one of those !*$!! things I did involved a 4-jaw chuck, a piece of angle iron and a tailstock with a good crank.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 5:46 am    Post subject: Re: STARTER DRIVE Reply to specific post Reply with quote

CVPost-L.B, wrote:
(quoted from post at 09:37:59 02/19/17) Everybody has to have a little Rube Goldberg in um but I cant connect the bolt cutters to
the job.


Bolt cutters, cut all thread and a washer for a shim.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2017 3:52 pm    Post subject: Re: STARTER DRIVE Reply to specific post Reply with quote

The customer extended the drive and bough it back to me. I have always been able to spin them to get them to retract but not this one. I called my starter mad he has the same set up I have to retract them he told me to put another drive on it so I did. I took the old/new one apart to figure out how to retract them when all else fails, they put them together don't they. I had a second attempt to get better pix some came out well but my battery died so my pix are limited.

To keep up with the tool and for EZ storage



Made two spaces for removal and instillation its 3/4" conduit pipe



Lets take a drive apart, compress and remove a retainer ring



Slide the drive off to expose the clutch




Pry the c-clip on the end of the shaft I have a set of pliers that will spread it to get it starter left of c-clip



The clutch will spin off the rear but don't spin it off all the way are you will never find the dentent it will launch.



The dentent is on the opisit side of the open hole I have it removed enoufh so you can see it.



The trick to get the clutch to retract I cut a couple of pieces of a plastic bushing about .025 thick installed it so the detent would roll over it. It will still not go over the teeth of the gear but thats OK



Lay it on a hard surface and hit it with a hammer I use a heavy brass hammer it went over the teeth with no damage.



Retracted position





I took a old one apart to get a I.D. on how they were made and figure out how to assy one.


 
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