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With a 725. Has anyone ever repaired the generator part of the starter generator? If so how and was it hard? Thnx for any help.
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Sometimes new parts show up on ebay, my Dad put new brushes in one a couple years ago, it was pretty easy.
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Yep I repaired the S/G on my 725 that didn't work. I took it off and rope started it!:D
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I have shaved the communtator with a hacksaw on a generator from a 1952 MG TD. You basically put a groove in the plates between the copper. I,m not sure if it will work with a S/G. JH
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Took mine to starter shop $35.00 and just like new.
I had a guy right in my town for years that did these- he retired, leaving one guy in the area. Last quote I got was 150.00!sm00 If all else fails try this guy Herm, I bought three from him so far and no problems. http://stores.ebay.com/DB-Electrical-Starters-Alternators
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mendon-chalmers
local napa store sells new ones from across the big pond for a $120 or will fix one side for $50 or both sides for $100 celina oh ?
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