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3rd Installment of the 1928 Std Six Project Series ,Hahaha 😬

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Hi again friends, Today I bring to you a alternative way of repairing a broken starter end cap. Enjoy 

 

 

We started with this. It failed the very first time I tried starting my car. 🙁 

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Luckily the armature was unharmed and in good shape, just some minor scuff marks on the commutator when the housing failed. 

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And ended up with this. 😀 I left it thicker where space allows I don’t expect this to fail again. 👍🏻 Hahaha 

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I bolted the brush holders on with some nice brass bolts I had. Didn’t feel like making some rivets 😬.  

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Wow. How  do you lubricate that end bush?

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12 minutes ago, Spinneyhill said:

Wow. How  do you lubricate that end bush?

I kept it simple the bushing is bigger than that end hole so a drop placed in that end hole will suffice. I did size it for a nice right angle flip top oil thingy if i ever decide to install one . haha

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