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    Onan Starter....NOS


    johnnymag3
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      Price: 35.00
      Location: Clinton Corners, N.y.
      Contact: john 845.797.5716

    This is a new Onan Starter.the numbers on it are as follows....    191-1808-03..... Ebay has them for 80.00, Chinese junk

     

    It is dusty, and dirty from shelf wear, but I assure you its never been installed. got it from my pile of goodies / treasures. It has NO MARKS on the gear. These are 200-300 dollars from Onan. It is Made by Mitsubishi / Onan...   OEM all the way

     

    Thanks, John

    A steal at this price

     

    Free pick up   ......  or pay the actual shipping, either way   :text-thankyouyellow:

     

     

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    johnnymag3

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    Let me know .....so I can put it to the side before it gets snagged by another onlooker:)

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    Bill D

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    Looks like it won't fit my P216.  Bill.

    Edited by Bill D

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    johnnymag3

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    Sorry Bill....looks like you may spend 379.00 for a new one, that is OEM   Nos....dang those things are crazy priced

     

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    lynnmor

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    The last 2 digits (-03) are the solenoid position, you need a -04.

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    Bill D

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    Thanks anyway John.  I don't need it right now.  I just wanted to have it around in case the one on my 416-8 dies.  Bill

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    johnnymag3

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    Lynnmor may be able to answer that question Boston......it may

     

     

    Thank you

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    johnnymag3

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    19 hours ago, Bo$$ton said:

    Will this fit a 520h

    What engine is in your tractor.....

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    lynnmor

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    The solenoid will be in the wrong position for any Onan used on a Wheel Horse.

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    lynnmor

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    6 hours ago, johnnymag3 said:

    Can the position be changed ?

    The housing for the gear end has the mounting holes at various locations relevant to the solenoid, you might be able to use the old housing and all the new guts.  I never did that so I cannot be sure that it is possible without additional work.

     

    Here is the end piece in question, note that the holes are 90 degrees from the solenoid.  You might be able to simply change it out.

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    johnnymag3

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    Like I used to do with a GM alternator....simply spin it and change to orientation !!

     

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    lynnmor

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    On 9/18/2020 at 8:00 PM, johnnymag3 said:

    Like I used to do with a GM alternator....simply spin it and change to orientation !!

     

    No, the bolt holes and solenoid mount are on the same part, so the drive end needs to be replaced.

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