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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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/
  5. 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/
  6. Autolite model MF starter. Used on 1920 Chevy. It's used for more years than that, but not sure on how many. -Jason
  7. I can help you. There are several different options on repairing yours. Contact me direct to discuss details. My email is Jason@aerrebuild.com and my toll free number is 866-228-0218 Thanks, Jason
  8. The 943-H generator would not have a fan on it. That would be a non-ventilated generator. The first picture keiser31 posted has a non-correct generator on the engine. That generator is more modern with aluminum end housings and a fan. Taylormade! That generator looks familiar! -Jason
  9. Oops, my mistake. Darcy messaged me on here, but I haven't logged on in a while and did not see the message. I have now replied. Sorry for the delay darcy. -Jason
  10. Just in case Joe doesn't come up with anything, I can rebuild both the solenoids and starters. Let me know if I can help. -Jason
  11. Terry, You called me recently, but I can't recall if it was on this issue or not. Either way, I can rewind the original coils you are talking about. It would be a true restored and rewound coil and not a modern coil hidden inside. let me know if I can help. Good Luck, Jason
  12. Problem Solved? I'd be happy to help you get the units you have functioning again. Let me know if I can help. Thanks, Jason