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I need help locating parts or cores for the wagner em-201 chain drive starter for my 1920 Studebaker special six, any help is appreciated thank you,

Ethan

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I have a Wagner S-503 which is listed in the Parts Manual for a 1924 and 1925 Special Six and Big Six.

 

I also have a Remy 723A which is listed for a 1921 - 1925 Special Six and Big Six.

 

The Wagner EM-201 is shown fitting the 1919 - 1922 Special Six, Big Six and all the models from 1916 - 1918.

 

My guess is that either the S-503 or 723A starter will fit all Special Six models.

 

Scott

smrdeza@lentel.com 

Edited by Stude Light (see edit history)

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The S-503 is stuck, the two 723A I have run. I pulled the S-503 apart and it looks good inside, just the rear bushing is stuck. I'll take a few photos and send you a PM.

Scott

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Still on the hunt for rebuild able cores or nos pieces. I have some part numbers to help

Switch starter wagner #36978

starter frame complete with coils wagner EM-201 #32675

starter armature complete wagner EM-201 #19800

starter front end plate complete with brush holders wagner EM-201 #32683

starter brush #18669

Thanks for looking

 

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On 9/4/2016 at 2:33 PM, Stude Light said:

I have a Wagner S-503 which is listed in the Parts Manual for a 1924 and 1925 Special Six and Big Six.

 

I also have a Remy 723A which is listed for a 1921 - 1925 Special Six and Big Six.

 

The Wagner EM-201 is shown fitting the 1919 - 1922 Special Six, Big Six and all the models from 1916 - 1918.

 

My guess is that either the S-503 or 723A starter will fit all Special Six models.

 

Scott

smrdeza@lentel.com 

 

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Carlos

We are ready to help.

Do you know the model number of the starter you need?

There should be a tag on the firewall under the hood that will give us some info  your car.

There maybe a tag with a serial number on the frame behind the front wheel.

Is your starter missing or just broken?

Robert Kapteyn

Joliet Illinois 

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On 5/11/2017 at 10:33 PM, rbk said:

Carlos

We are ready to help.

Do you know the model number of the starter you need?

There should be a tag on the firewall under the hood that will give us some info  your car.

There maybe a tag with a serial number on the frame behind the front wheel.

Is your starter missing or just broken?

Robert Kapteyn

Joliet Illinois 

 

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On ‎11‎/‎5‎/‎2017 at 8:33 PM, rbk said:

Carlos

We are ready to help.

Do you know the model number of the starter you need?

There should be a tag on the firewall under the hood that will give us some info  your car.

There maybe a tag with a serial number on the frame behind the front wheel.

Is your starter missing or just broken?

Robert Kapteyn

Joliet Illinois 

Bob,

You should have a couple of starters that will work.  They are the ones mentioned in the second post.  I believe they are in a wooden box or a really heavy blue bin ;)

 

Great project Carlos!

Scott

Edited by Stude Light (see edit history)

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9 hours ago, Stude Light said:

Bob,

You should have a couple of starters that will work.  They are the ones mentioned in the second post.  I believe they are in a wooden box or a really heavy blue bin ;)

 

Great project Carlos!

Scott

Missing!!!.just the chain was left☹️

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Scott and Carlos

I have many starters and generators (dynamos)

Not only the ones that you brought but other from Studebaker parts inventories

I bought over the last 50 years.

My problem is that it takes a lot of time but I want to make a webpage with the many starters and generators I have.

I am old and slow and it will take awhile.

Robert Kapteyn

 

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😳...those are quite old!!! Jaja.. mine is a bit more modern i think!! I will send you a Copy from de Service book of the type i need!! And by the Way i Am getting quite old also!! Thats why i Am trying to finísh all my proyects before i 👎🏿Jaja

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Carlos

We are kind of highjacking this thread.

Email me at studebaker@mac.com.

Ethan

Let me know if you resolved your needs. 

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