RESTORING HISTORY ONE CAR AT A TIME

Bendix

INSTALLING LOCK WASHERS

Fig. 1196 shows how the lip of the lock washer on the starter drive spring screw should be bent to hold the screw tightly in place. The lip of the washer must be bent upward until it presses tightly against a flat side of the screw head. New washers should be used every time a …

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STARTER DRIVE HEAD

Fig. 1195 shows the different type starter drive heads used on Ford cars. None of these parts are interchangeable and under no circumstances should they be confused or mixed. The A-11381-C can be distinguished from the A-11381-DR and T-5019-2007, by the bore diameter. The A-11381-C has a 5/8“ bore, the other two heads have but …

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SERVICE BENDIX SLEEVE

As the standard Bendix sleeve cannot be installed without special equipment, it has been necessary heretofore to replace the complete shaft assembly when the sleeve was broken. To eliminate this condition, we are now supplying special service sleeves, which can be easily installed in your own shop. Sleeve A-11357-A is for use with the present …

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Starter Pinion

To insure proper meshing of starter pinion with flywheel ring gear, the distance or gap between the rear face of flywheel ring gear and front face of start pinion must not be more than 1/6” or less than 1/32”. This gap can be regulated by means of shims, part nos. A-11140 and 11141 inserted between …

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