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Rhino 224 starter ty290 question

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  skezix 1 year ago.

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  • #46247

    skezix
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    Hi folks, a starter replacement question (affordable tractor guy).  My 3rd starter in 20 years died and in doing research I see that affordable has a high speed starter just a few bucks more than the regular one.  Question 1 is this a good replacement for the standard one that comes with the ty290?  Is there any tricks to doing a swap out?   I saw a picture that had wires coming out of the case where do they go?  they are cut off in the picture but to the solenoid I guess?  I am thinking on selling and moving next year and I will leave most of the tractor and tool stuff behind as my back is shot and it is very hard to do what I love now.  If it is any difficulty to use this starter I will just get the regular one as it should hold up for a few years and it will be the home buyers worry next.   Thanks,

    Bob

    Bob

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    Bob Rooks
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    What is the actual cost difference? You have been getting 6.6 years of service from each of your previous starters. Is it worth the added expense for a 20 year old tractor you won’t be using at all? Were your old starters not rebuildable? Was the original problem the starter or just the solenoid?

    Yuchai dozer, Mustang skid steer, Mitsubishi mini-ex, Dual Dozer w/twin laser receivers, '50 Ford COE transit mixer.

    • #46271

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      Thank you for your reply.  I used to have the local tractor shop do all my work but he has retired now.

      I got a hold of Tommy at Affordable tractor and got it sorted out.  My new starter is on the way.  I found from china’s ebay that the starters they sell come with rebuild kits with the starter.  This is a very good idea as they are bogus as far as I am concerned.

      Bob

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    DavidPrivett
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    under your conditions put on the stock starter, and call it good.

    • #46272

      skezix
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      You hit it on the head a replacement of same type is on it’s way.  Thanks

      Bob

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