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D6B pinion

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1 week 4 days ago #234972 by Stuss
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Hi I’ve removed the pony motor from my D6B , and now having trouble finding a pinion to suit the teeth on flywheel as there not straight 

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1 week 4 days ago #234973 by bursitis
Replied by bursitis on topic D6B pinion
are you trying to put together an electric start conversion?

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1 week 4 days ago #234974 by Stuss
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Yes that’s the go, want convert to electric start,

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1 week 4 days ago #234975 by PhilC
Replied by PhilC on topic D6B pinion
Old Magnet is the Guru on these but I assume you need something like this.

 

944A - Machine SN 43A2589 Engine SN 90A284
955K- Machine SN 71J3772 Engine SN 83Z0704
D6 SN's 4R732sp, 5R2724, 5R4832
D8 SN's 15A1254, 15A2287, 15A2723

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1 week 4 days ago #234976 by bursitis
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catstarter.yolasite.com/

did a fast search and found this site. don;t know anything about them

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1 week 4 days ago #234977 by bursitis

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1 week 4 days ago #234980 by Old Magnet
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Do you have a starter now? and is it a Delco 40MT or 42MT?
Either one will  also require the 1M0023 eccentric adapter due to the buzz bomb pony motors having a larger hole in the flywheel housing than the normal direct start drive end housing.
The starter drive you need is this one, along with the correct drive end housing.
 
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1 week 3 days ago #234995 by Busso20
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I think a fella named Davis does the complete starter unit with the helical gear in Toowoomba Qld only as complete kit.

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1 week 3 days ago #235001 by Stuss
Replied by Stuss on topic D6B pinion
Hi Busso 20 yes John Davis sells complete setups and won’t sell individual parts, about $1800 for a setup. It’s good value if you want to go that way.

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1 week 3 days ago #235005 by Busso20
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HI Stuss, yes I guess so, a little hard to justify if not used regular, I managed to sort both my pony's out and was lucky to secure another for a rebuild to be exchanged when needed after I build it.

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