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  • Goodall StartAll


    Stepney
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      Price: 500
      Location: Kennebunk, Maine

    Goodall model 712 portable jumper. Kohler K-321 14hp engine runs fantastic. Just rebuilt the carb, set points, new plug, fresh oil change and air filter. 
    It's been sitting for quite a while, looks like it had been gone through right before it was left to sit. Generators have fresh paint, brushes and commutators look brand new. If they were not rebuilt, then they are very low hours. 
    Dents and scratches to be expected of an older machine, but it runs like a brand new one and works perfectly. 
    30' leads are in great condition. 
    New model in this spec brings over 8k..
    Rated for 12v, 450amp. I do not believe this is the 12-24v model, though they were made. I can not seem figure it out myself. 

     

    Not quite sure what I should price this at, so a little lower than the other (rougher) looking ones I can find for sale. 
    Would entertain offers. Also would trade it possibly. I am interested in WH's of course, and old hit and miss engines. 
    This thing is big and heavy. 
     

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    pullstart

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    That’s cool!  It’s wild how 3 generators can be rated at 450 amps!

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    Stepney

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    On 4/18/2021 at 1:04 PM, pullstart said:

    That’s cool!  It’s wild how 3 generators can be rated at 450 amps!

    Each one is rated for 150a/12v. Funny thing, the brand new ones sold today still use the same ancient Autolite 12v/150a generator too. 

    Apparently there was a switch for wiring them in series, and you could also work with 24v, but at half the amperage.. to my understanding. 
    This one has two sets of solenoids, and a two way switch.. but both of these I own are awfully vague on the controls.. so who knows?

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