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Rebuilt Starter

Model T Rebuilt Starter - 5099R
Model T Rebuilt Starter - 5099RModel T Rebuilt Starter - 5099RModel T Rebuilt Starter - 5099R
Item Number:5099R
Per Car:1
Year:1919-1927
Condition:Refurbished
Price:$175.00 each
Core Charge:$75.00
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Additional Information

Rebuilt starter. Includes bushing Part# 5105SK and 5106. Armature has been turned and the fields wrapped. Reground and faced original brushes. Pre-tested and painted before shipping.

NOTE: this does not include the starter bendix drive (part number 5018) so remove yours before sending in your core. (The armature is not rewound and this does not include a new bendix end bushing or starter shaft modern bearing and spacer kit as in best quality starter, part 5099RB)

REFUNDABLE CORE CHARGE: A rebuildable starter for an EXCHANGE CORE REQUIRED or this REFUNDABLE CORE CHARGE WILL BE ADDED TO THE COST OF THIS PART. Starter core must be, unrusted and complete with cover band. Core charge refunded for cores received within 90 days. We will pay $30.00 for extra additional rebuildable cores.

Core Charge: $75.00 each
Questions and Answers
Is this starter for 6 Volt or 12 Volt?
 This starter is set up for the 6 volt, it can work for the 12 volt it just spins at a higher speed then it should. you can knock the voltage to it by running 12 volt battery cables to it that will slow it down some, making it so it is not so harsh on the bendix
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What is the difference between thw two rebuilt starters 5099R and 5099RB?
 5099R is rebuilt with re wraped fields and the armature is just turned and checked on a growler. The 5099RB has all new fields and the re wraped armature.
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When wiring a starter for 12 volts, is it still positive ground?
 All Model T's came from the factory negative ground. Then Ford made it confusing and wired the Model A's positive ground. The Model T can still work though as a positive ground, you only get into trouble with the new voltage regulators and horns.
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Do you sell the starter motor without the core?
 You can buy this without a core to return in. You will just have to pay the core charge.
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