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ericuda

deutz 1920 needs new flywheel/stator

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ericuda

Have a deutz with what i believe is the original m20 kohler engine in it. Yesterday a couple of the magnets came lose from the flywheel and of course ruined the stator and 3 of the magnets were in pieces. I have a m18 flywheel from an old 317 jd and i wonder if you could help me out if it would work. Shaft size is the same.

M20 from deutz has a spec # 5252277 with a ser # 22?6113481. Flywheel markings are 06J9 and 52 3C0 07-D.

M18QS from 317 has spec # 24503 with ser # 1711003776. Flywheel markings are 1119 and 52 3C0 07-F.

I slid the M18 flywheel onto the m20 and the coil was rubbing but i think i can just adjust the airgap on it and it'll be fine. The stator bolted onto the M20 too.

Is there anything else i need to change over or will the coil and rectifier from the original m20 be okay if left in place.

thx

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maxtorman1234

The ignition parts are interchangeable. The flywheels and ignition will work properly on either engine, just set the air gap as you stated.

Or, you can glue the magnets back in if you have some from a good flywheel. I have done this many times, clean up both surfaces and use JB weld, will hold better than the original.

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