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post #11 of 14 Old 12-16-2018, 10:56 PM
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one more thing to watch on getting starters - the gear. There are 2 different gears depending on the ring gear teeth. The pinion gears do swap out depending on the ring gear, but it's an extra cost.
One additional thing, the wire between the starter and the plugin vary depending on some model or other situation. Shorter length ones may not be long enough to mount the button on the flywheel cover on some engines.
also some models use shoulder bolts on the top 2 holes and the lower 2 are ringlets, but on others are all 4 ringlets.
Just FYI

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TECUMSEH Electric Starter 33329A / 33329B / 33329C / 33329D / 33329E / 33329F / 37000 / 33542A / 37105
MTD 751-11196 / 951-11196, ARIENS 72403600 / OREGON 33-738 / STENS 435-615 / ROTARY 10982 / ARROWHEAD STC0016 / AEP STC0016 / MES 5898N
Fits models HM70-100, HMSK70-160, LH, OHM & OHSK 90 - 120
Also fits LP powered Honda engines used on floor care equipment
For 8, 10 & 12 HP Snow king engines, Includes starter, starter button, extension cord & hardware - Unless noted
120 Volt, 16 TOOTH
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Just to close out this thread- the Tecumseh Starter 33329 worked perfectly. My machine had the flywheel teeth and the little removable plate just as notabiker described.

The only real issue I had was with the bolts supplied with the starter I purchased from Amazon. They didn't securely thread into the holes already tapped at the factory. The upper retaining bolts were already there so I just kept them in place. For the lower bolts, I suspect the supplied bolts were metric and chewed up the standard threaded holes. I retapped those holes and then used 1/4" fine thread bolts with blue thread lock. Bingo.

Here's the Amazon link ($55 as of 2-12-19) but I paid about $6 more (naturally).

On a side note, I rebuilt the carb, replaced the fuel line and started her up. The prior owner had it in storage for years and the gear shift lever was very stiff. I opened the lower pan to grease the friction disc axle and discovered the biggest mouse nest I've ever seen in my life. It took a while to carefully clear out the mess and get everything back in order. Happily, this old girl runs like a champ.

Thanks again for all of the great feedback.

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