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  1. I can possibly help you. Email me directly, jason@aerrebuild.com Thanks, Jason www.aerrebuild.com
  2. Any amperage ratings/specs on a cutout relay are strictly referring to when they open and close. A cutout will not control the amperage output. Output is typically controlled by a 3rd brush on most generators from the cutout era. -Jason
  3. I can handle the rewind of the original armature if you're still searching for a solution. Let me know if I can help. Thanks, Jason
  4. I stock the field coils, but recently sold my last set. I will have more in a few weeks. Armature is rewind only unless you can find someone who has a good used one kicking around. -Jason
  5. That is a Remy unit. I restored one off a 1921 REO firetruck and will try and post a picture here shortly. Let me know if you need anything else or any more information. -Jason
  6. That is a Remy unit. I restored one off a 1921 REO firetruck and will try and post a picture here shortly. Let me know if you need anything else or any more information. -Jason
  7. Looks like you have already figured this all out. My book shows a 1914 Buick Models B-24, B-25, B-36 & B-37 taking a possibility of four different Delco Motor Generators. One of them being the model 42 that you indicate you have. It also could take a model 26, 33 or 40. It does have the two terminals out the side like on yours which is unique compared to most of the other Buick starter generators. Always happy to help if you need any other information.
  8. According to my books, a 1913 Reo would have a Gray & Davis starter and generator. The starter would have been a Type: H-1 and the generator would have been a Type: G-1, E. I have a few misc Gray & Davis units in my core shed, I will check next time I'm out there and see if I happen to have the correct ones. -Jason jason@aerrebuild.com www.aerrebuild.com
  9. According to the 1939 Delco Remy Service Parts Manual, it shows all your information to be correct except the Starter Switch (Solenoid). Generator 936D Cutout Relay 1867781 Distributor 632Z Starter 728D Starter Switch 820052 The 1542 solenoid that you have listed is a true starter solenoid, 820052 is a manual switch that is engaged by a lever. Let me know if you need any more information or any parts for any of the above. -Jason
  10. I have new oil cups and any other parts you may need available in stock ready to ship. Let me know if I can help you out in any way. -Jason
  11. I dont have a 935H generator. Do you have a core that could be rebuilt? I would have all the parts you would need to restore yours if so. Let me know if I can help you out. -Jason https://www.facebook.com/AERrebuild/
  12. Your starter generator guy should have a generator test bench and should be able to run the regulator with a generator to calibrate the regulator. I have a regulator test bench, but dont use it because I prefer to run it on the generator test stand with a generator (preferably the one off the car, but not totally necessary). I feel its more of a true test by basically simulating the on car setup. If I can help in any way, please let me know. -Jason https://www.facebook.com/AERrebuild/
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