Just put on one of the Hi-Torque Startersâ?¦end of problem.
> On May 7, 2020, at 7:48 AM, TERRY SMITH <email@example.com> wrote:
> Okay. I've just gone through my second starter drive on the tractor rebuild,
> each refusing to retract and engage the flywheel after doing so for a dozen
> or so attempts. Both $25 and from, I understand, China, which of course is
> nevertheless not to say that all Chinese parts are poor quality. I've
> cleaned the drives, lubed them, bench-tested them with a new battery brought
> up to full charge while applying persuasion to retract. The problem is the
> quality of the part. (I've found a more expensive alternative and ordered
> But I'm curious. Like my '59 TR3A, the tractor is old. Is there some
> sentiment among aftermarket parts manufacturers that old vehicles won't be
> driven much, so the lifespan-quality of parts they make isn't the focus it
> maybe once was because, after all, who's really going to find out anyway?
> With the Triumph, for instance, I've had varying luck with the quality
> control of points and rotor and, in one instance, a generator.
> Make no mistake. I'm not complaining, just curious. Overall I'm delighted
> we have the opportunity for these parts in the first place. But where the
> heck are the parts for our cars being made? Not that it matters. Poor
> workmanship--as well as good--is a human trait without borders.
> Terry Smith, '59 TR3A TS 58667
> New Hamsphire
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