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William Terry
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2020/04/11 10:55:24 (permalink)

Adding Electric Start

Looking for info on A K161S Spec. No. 281108J. How can I find out  what V. reg. goes on this eng. It Has rope and battery start. Runs good but I would like a battery start option. Serial no. D276946, if it helps. All help appreciated. Thank you bbt.
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Re: Adding Electric Start 2020/07/08 14:07:34 (permalink)
Does the flywheel have a ring gear or teeth on it?

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Re: Adding Electric Start 2020/07/08 21:26:10 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Scrubcadet 2020/07/10 23:22:15
The electric start used on that engine was probably a belt driving a Delco-Remy generator, find a llate fifties/early sixties GM car with a 12 volt system. You will also need a suitable pulley bolted to the flywheel
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Re: Adding Electric Start 2020/07/08 21:26:10 (permalink)
The electric start used on that engine was probably a belt driving a Delco-Remy generator, find a llate fifties/early sixties GM car with a 12 volt system. You will also need a suitable pulley bolted to the flywheel
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