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I have as everyone knows been trying to get my tractor starting by its key. I am aware that people on here think there is only one type of starter and flywheel . This is untrue. I have now done some research on this and found that there are four types of flywheel gears. There is one that is cast one that is aluminum and one that is plastic the last one of these was a ditch effort for Brigs and Stratton to save production costs and did not work. They abandoned this to go onto a further aluminum gear. There is also three types of gears for the starter and two different starters . Please check your model number and type to check you have the right matching components.
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The metal type seem to have 14 teeth the Nylon ones seem to have 16 teeth The plastic gear has 19 teeth
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@FOSWMT wrote:
The metal type seem to have 14 teeth the Nylon ones seem to have 16 teeth The plastic gear has 19 teeth
So my 16 tooth Junk starter gear is nylon/ceramic so what type of starter gear would I have on my 16HP twin?
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@Ariens YT11 wrote:
@FOSWMT wrote:
The metal type seem to have 14 teeth the Nylon ones seem to have 16 teeth The plastic gear has 19 teeth
So my 16 tooth Junk starter gear is nylon/ceramic so what type of starter gear would I have on my 16HP twin?
What does your flywheel look like if you have a nylon 16 tooth you should have an Ally drive gear on the flywheel. I am still trying to find out about the teeth of the Aluminum drive but it looks like the examples I have seen that there are 100 teeth
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My flywheel looks good,but IDK about how many teeth are on it.
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There is 200 teeth on my old aluminum one . I am not sure what the new ones have this was the one that was fitted to the tractor in 1985
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