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Electric Starter For Tecumseh H60??

Hello Again,

I am seeking electric starter for Tecumseh "Snow King" 6HP. Motor housing is tagged "M/N=H60-750060, S/N=4297, 05144". The snowblower is shown in my other post "When Was My Ariens Snowblower Made?" at 2:33 PM Sat 29 Jan 2011. Picture here is the mounting position for the electric starter. I have checked the ring gear ... it is good.

Two questions:
(1) Part number electric starter?
(2) Mounting point for the 120V plug attached to starter?

Thank you.
Paul.
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I found my starter on ebay brand new and cross referenced some numbers to figure it out just do a bit of looing on the net and you will find it! As for the mounting point I came up around the front of the engine along the spark plug wire and mounted it on the back of the engine cover. Works great!
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Share some photos when you get it installed.
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Just be ready to chase the holes if yours never had a starter before! You don't want to break a bolt! I added a starter to mine about 35 years after she was new and the holes were a bit rusty so I chased them and woooola it went on really slick!
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