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Author Topic: model # for 6V92 starter  (Read 1464 times)
jeffacc
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« on: April 09, 2006, 07:32:00 PM »

Need help finding starter part # for a 1983 MC9 NJT with a 6V92  need to know if it is 40 MT, 42 MT or 50 MT             Thank you Jeff
                                                 
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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2006, 09:14:34 PM »

Jeff you ask a very good question! I just walked down to the shop and looked at one I just replaced when we put the new engine in, and couldn't find no marking as to which one it is and I can't remember and all of those #'s sound familarI'll try to find out tomarrow if I don't forget! Knuckle! By the way it wasn't the only reason I walked down to the shop the dog needed to go outside bad! He just didn't know it, but he ate somethin today that gave him bad gas, and I could handle the snoring it was the farts that was kill'n me! So while I had him tricked to goin' outside I convinced him he needed to stay out and watch for pink girraffs so they didn't come up in the yard! He does such a good job! we've never had a one! LOL! I'll let him back in when I go to bed!
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« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2006, 06:44:58 PM »

Hello took the starter to the third rebuilder when I walked through the door he knew what it was a 40 MT, he replaced the solonoid, nose cone,bushings,brushes,field windings and turned the armature. He had all the parts in stock and only $112.00 WOW!!! thought I would share the info on the starter # .
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