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Unread 05-15-2019, 09:33 PM   #11
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Thanks, I could probably make something. I will wait and see what yours looks like. I can't tell much on the scorched engine
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Unread 05-16-2019, 11:29 AM   #12
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Still waiting on picture
My bad! I even looked at teh cart at the shop last night and thought about the picture but forgot cause i was doing something else. I promise Its coming
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Unread 05-16-2019, 11:59 AM   #13
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I didn't make it to the shop this morning. Boss sent me somewhere else. I'll get it after work.

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Unread 05-16-2019, 02:41 PM   #14
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No problem. Anytime you get a chance is fine. I have had the cart in my shop for almost a year so a few more months won't matter
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Quit work early today, working in the sun all day at 95 degrees wears ya out. So it wasnt at the shop after all. It was at the house the whole time still stuck to the starter. Haha. Here's the pics. Still haven't cleaned up the starter. But anyway if you want it it's yours. Pm me your address and I'll mail it out tomorrow morning.

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Unread 05-16-2019, 07:22 PM   #16
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Thank you . That exactly the info I was looking for. I can now make one. There was never one on this starter/generator when I got it. Is that clevis threaded ? I can't tell from the picture but I assume it is. Again I do appreciate your picture. Tom

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Thank you . That exactly the info I was looking for. I can now make one.
You can have this one if you want it. I dont need it. No charge. Or if you prefer to make it. I can get you better pictures.

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Unread 05-16-2019, 09:11 PM   #18
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If you are not going to use I could . See what shipping would be when you get time to zip 35010 . I can pay you for it and your trouble. Probably would be easier than me trying to make one.


A close up might also work. I think the stud with rounded end is 3/8th but I have not measured it yet. I could probably make one .

All I need is to keep that starter/generator tight. I don't even know if this engine will run.

It was supposed to be rebuilt but it don't look like it. I did check compression while holding a bar to keep the S/G tight and it had 170 pounds on both cylinders so maybe it will run.

I am not sure how I get in things like this. The man just brought the cart to me and never asked if I could install the engine. I have had it a year so I guess it might be time for me to get it out of my way. I did put two more bolts in it today

Here is a close up of the end I have.

I appreciate you taking the time to do this. Hope I can help you out sometimes.. Tom.
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I wish I had that compression. Haha. Maybe when I finally get these broke bolts out if this head. The motor had that same rounded stud in the picture. I definitely have the right part you need. Here's some pics of the part all cleaned up. And dont worry about the cost to ship. I got it. I'm not worried about it. Pm me your address and I'll get it shipped out today and get your project moving more than just two bolts at a time. Heehee.

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