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Anybody know where I can purchase a Starter form my 9020. Local dealer wants $283!!!!. It is Onan part #191D922. Thanks
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You might want to call this place for a quote [url]http://www.partsfortechs.com/onan_start.htm[/url] Their part number for the starter is 191194903-A Here is a link to an Onan parts diagram for a 191-1949 starter. It looks like it might be a replacement for the 191-0922 [url]http://parts-ol.com/onan/onan_P248/starter2.html[/url] Here is a 191-1949-04 listed on Ebay with less thean a day left [url]http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=2487381034&category=46093&sspagename=WDVW[/url] Hope this helps
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The 191-1949-04 is not close to the 03 (been there, done that!) New are usually about $160 & used about half of that. What's the matter with your's? The 922 goes to 1052 then to 1949-03. Hope it helps! JP
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If it's not completely toasted, try to find a rebuilder. Mine would have cost about $300 new, but I was able to get a new starter drive, brushes, and bearings installed for $150. (The starter drive itself was $45.) P.S. I had a guy rebuild it who knew his stuff, and I trusted his work! That's important, too! Dave
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The bendix dont like to kick in every time, and the starter itself sounds rough. I have been limping it along for a while, just been dreading pulling the engine to change it. Thanks for all of your help!
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Make sure you don't let it get bad enough to be 'gnawing' on your flywheel, if you thought the starter was expensive. New flywheels (if you can find one) were plus $1000! JP
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