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I need to replace my starter/generator on my Allis Chalmers B-10. I found this on e-bay, and I believe it is correct, but thought I check with the experts first. http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=003&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWA%3AIT&viewitem=&item=130139657575&rd=1&rd=1
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He says it is for a cub cadet which uses counter clock wise rotation, But then he states the stater is clock wise rotation which is what Simplicity uses. If it truley is a C/W rotation starter it will work. Clock wise rotation is looking at his picture the shaft turns to the right.
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The shipping is pricey outside the lower 48. You might want to check the Yellow Pages and see if there is a local shop that can bench test it and rebuild it for you.
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The starter went on mine the day my uncle delivered it to me - we had to push it off the trailer. I had it rebuilt and I think it was around $125 or so to have it redone and had a new wiring harness also. Ran great until it took the whole thing apart a month ago to rebuild the whole thing - hopefully it starts when I put it back together.
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Bearing, brushes, a dab of grease and a general cleaning will fix 99.99999% of them anyway, why bother replacing it with something that 'may work'?
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My old one has a shorted starter coil, brushes are getting low, and probably could use new bearings. The best local price I could find is $160 to rebuild it.
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There is actually a s/g on ebay today - saw it before - and its the one that you need. It was at $33 when I saw it. Check there.
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