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LCT "SNOWKING" 291CC on a Husquvarna

OK, HOW THE HECK DO YOU GET THE STARTER OFF THIS THING!?


I can't see any bolts holding this thing on? What keeps it in place? The starter is just spinning, usually, I can fix that, if I can get it off. I've fixed a number of starters, easy, if only I can get it off.



Any suggestions? Here's the engine model number: PW4HK19850781DEA0QTUVX5E1M


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post #2 of 13 Old 12-28-2018, 05:28 PM
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Thanks, that's the correct starter. I just don't see what holds it in place. There doesn't seem to be a physical connection between the starter, part 10, and the bracket, part 33, or any other part. The breakdown doesn't even show bolts that go through it. It has to be simple, I'm just not seeing it.
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Just a hunch, is there an end plate that covers up the bendix? My bet is is you remove part 22, you will see the bolts coming in from the end of the starter.
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I believe the bolts are up by the neck of the starter where the Starter gear pops out in towards the engine side
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Upon closer inspection, and twisting my body like a circus contortionist, I can see screws that seem to come from the opposite side, meaning, It appears I have to take the whole thing front housing off, the housing that includes the recoil assembly, and the entire metal cover. Not the easiest way to get the starter out. I'll fool with it a bit tomorrow, but it looks like a lot has to come apart to do it. Layers, it's all about layers.
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Yup, it's actually pretty easy... Just take off the recoil starter and then the Blower Housing (cover) and then you'll see the bolts around the bendix.
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Yup, it's actually pretty easy... Just take off the recoil starter and then the Blower Housing (cover) and then you'll see the bolts around the bendix.

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OK, got the starter out, and took it apart. It's a gear reduction starter. the smaller gear that runs off the motor, not the bendix side, is shattered. Is there any way to get this part so I don't have to bill this poor lady for a new starter. They aren't cheap, at Jacks they are $250. I've found them as low as $150 but that's STILL a lot of money.


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