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post #1 of 5 Old 12-30-2016, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
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Electric Start

I have 1980 Ariens ST-1032 Mod# 924056 Ser#000828 with a Briggs 222-416 type 0150-01
I want to install a electric starter on this machine. It is a pull now. Can anybody give me some information as to where to find a kit for this
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Take a look at Briggs and Stratton 222416-0150-02 Parts List and Diagram : eReplacementParts.com

Also, check this pdf document for the specs on your engine

http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/engine_s...date_codes.pdf

You might want to check and see if your flywheel has teeth on it or not before you get into this project. Also look to see if there are threaded mounting holes on the engine where the starter would bolt on. If the mounts are not there either, you might be beating a dead horse.

Ereplacement parts says flywheels are NLA, so you might have a bit of fun finding one if it's needed. The do show starters available though

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Throw the Snow- Did you figure out your starter project? I just picked up the same model, serial #000979, and I'm trying to do the same thing. I found a 110v starter for $400 but figure I can wire up a 12v starter for a lot less and get some decent LEDs on the front. Any tips? Thanks!

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At $400 for just the starter, isn't it better to replace the engine with one that has electric start already and sell the one without (I think it will make more economical sense, but I could be wrong)
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The 12v starter is only $85 and the motor is in great shape. I picked up the whole machine for $200 and there is barely any rust. I think I should still be ahead updating a few parts.

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