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    Hmm, I knew there had to be a connection behind high quality German beer & high quality German cars!
    GEN #1 House Gen PU-751/M: 1986 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #2 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #3 Shop/Barn Gen NF-2 Enclosure: 19XX MEP-002a w/Aux Tank
    GEN #4 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 (a work in process)

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    In 1973, I had to drive to Graf, and swap some equipment so another unit could pass a NATO evaluation. We got there late, so as to not bring notice of our swap, and parked behind the post engineers HQ. That's the guys who fix everything on post. All Germans, with a figure head American "supervisor". The next morning, after the swap the night before, we had spent the night in our trucks. One of the guys got up and went to pee. Then wondered into the wood shop, where, to our suprise, hung a beer machine selling Kulmbacher beer for 50 pfennig the bottle. So we all bought 4-5 bottles for the road, and motered off, at 09:00 on a cold winter morning.

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    starter.jpg

    This is the starter tag
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLChurch View Post
    starter.jpg

    This is the starter tag
    This should be like the starter pictured in the -24P, Figure 63, Item #. None PDF readier page number 251. Figure 62 is a slightly different version, and was replaced by the item 63 model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peapvp View Post
    They may still have repair parts. Kris, if the price of fixing it is higher then the one in Flebay, think about it.

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    There you go! $ 59.98

    Services:
    Delco 1113250, 1113253

    Unit Part Numbers:
    Delco 1113250, 1113253

    Lester Nos:
    3994K


    https://www.aspwholesale.com/starter...it-p13902.html

    1, 55-1203 ~ Shaft (Shift Lever)
    1, 62-1504 ~ Bushing (D.E., C.E)
    1, 62-1505 ~ Bushing (C.E)
    1, 62-1702 ~ Bushing (Lever Housing)
    1, 66-1610 ~ Plunger Assembly
    4, 68-123 ~ Brush (24 Volt)
    2, 69-1201-2 ~ Brush Holder (Negative)
    2, 69-1202-2 ~ Brush Holder (Positive)
    2, 69-1505 ~ Support (Brush Holder)
    2, 69-1515 ~ Pin (Brush Holder)
    2, 69-1703 ~ Brush Spring
    1, 71-1104 ~ Gasket (Inspection Plug)
    1, 71-1315 ~ Insulator (Field Coil Terminal)
    6, 71-1341 ~ Plug (D.E. Mounting Holes)
    5, 71-1500 ~ O-Ring (Shift Lever Shaft/Pole shoe Screw)
    1, 71-1503 ~ O-Ring (Lever Housing, C.E. Frame)
    1, 71-1504 ~ O-Ring (Shift Lever Shaft)
    1, 71-1508 ~ O-Ring (D.E. Housing)
    1, 71-1703 ~ Oil Seal (Lever Housing)
    1, 72-1101 ~ Insulator (Field Coil)
    1, 72-1404 ~ Insulator (Field Coil Terminal)
    2, 76-1602 ~ Brush Ground Lead
    1, 76-1804 ~ Retaining Ring
    1, 76-1805 ~ Stop Collar
    1, 76-1807 ~ Stop Collar
    3, 76-1831 ~ Oil Wick
    1, 76-1844 ~ Inspection Plug
    3, 76-1954 ~ Pipe Plug (Oil Reservoir)
    4, 84-1217 ~ Hex screw (Brush)
    4, 84-1318 ~ Slotted screw (Brush Support)
    4, 84-1411 ~ Hex screw (Solenoid Mounting)
    4, 84-1419 ~ Hex screw (C.E Lever Housing)
    6, 84-1420 ~ Screw (D.E Housing)
    4, 84-1502 ~ Screw (Pole Shoe)
    1, 84-2200 ~ Nut (Solenoid Terminal)
    4, 84-2308 ~ Nut (Brush Support)
    2, 84-2500 ~ Nut (Field Coil Terminal)
    1, 84-2503 ~ Nut (Solenoid Terminal)
    1, 84-4201 ~ Lock Washer (Solenoid Terminal)
    4, 84-4309 ~ Lock Washer (Brush Support)
    4, 84-4401 ~ Lock Washer (C.E Lever Housing)
    1, 84-4500 ~ Lock Washer (Motor Terminal)
    1, 84-4501 ~ Plain Washer (Field Coil Terminal)
    1, 84-4610 ~ Brake Washer (Armature Comm End)
    1, 84-4710 ~ Spacer Washer (Lever Housing)
    1, 84-7500 ~ Insulating Washer (Field Terminal)
    1, 84-7706 ~ Brake Washer (Armature Lever Housing)
    1, 84-8901 ~ Retaining Ring (Shift Lever Shaft)

    Quote Originally Posted by Guyfang View Post
    They may still have repair parts. Kris, if the price of fixing it is higher then the one in Flebay, think about it.
    Last edited by peapvp; 10-09-2019 at 13:39. Reason: added more info

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    The person at the shop was an old fart and remembered this starter. He also said it was a popular starter.
    He gave me a timeline of 2 to 3 days.
    Kris
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    Guy,

    When you get a hold of this here then your there!

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