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pony to electric start - new parts source

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11 years 3 months ago #32154 by n7gxz

"power stroke 99" wrote: I called back today and they did give me a price, 395 for the alternator and 733 for starter kit, which I only got the price to see what they were asking.


Give Ron Schafer at Romaine Electric a call at 1-800-426-5005 and tell him what your doing and see what he can do for you.

His email is <a href="This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." target="_blank">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

I got my complete D2 setup, starter, DEH, starter drive, altenator, pulley, and ignition switch for less then what you were quoted for just the starter.

Kevin

D2 5U13247 Direct electric start, #44hyd, 2S blade, Hyster D2N

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11 years 3 months ago #32157 by power stroke 99

&quot;n7gxz&quot; wrote: Give Ron Schafer at Romaine Electric a call at 1-800-426-5005 and tell him what your doing and see what he can do for you.

His email is <a href="This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." target="_blank">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

I got my complete D2 setup, starter, DEH, starter drive, altenator, pulley, and ignition switch for less then what you were quoted for just the starter.

Kevin


Thanks Kevin, I will do that tomorrow....

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11 years 3 months ago #32264 by n7gxz
Well I finally got a glow plug pre-combustion chamber to see if it would fit my D2(D311). Turns out that a 1S1970 chamber will fit after I do a little machining. There are two and maybe three things that need work to make them fit. First is the nose thread which is a 1-1/8"x12TPI on the 1S1970 needs to be machined down to a 1"x12TPI to fit the D311. Second is about 1/4" of the threads on the top need to be taking out to allow the injector nut to set all of the way down against the injector. The third area is the shoulder on the nose just above the nose thread may need to be narrowed down to fit the recess in the head, will not know for sure until I can rethread the nose.

I’ve been working with Chris at CEA Services and he has been very helpful in trying to locate chambers that would work, he has an eBay website http://stores.shop.ebay.com/CEA-Services__W0QQ_armrsZ1 .

Kevin

D2 5U13247 Direct electric start, #44hyd, 2S blade, Hyster D2N

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11 years 3 months ago #32297 by OzDozer
powerstroke99 - Did the $395 include the alternator as well as the adaptor? How does the alternator cooling work on this conversion? Is the original alternator fan still in position? .. or is it removed, and some other form of cooling put in place? I can't see how the original alternator fan works with this setup, it needs to throw the cooling air to the outside, to be able to get the airflow through the alternator.

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11 years 3 months ago #32298 by Old Magnet
Oz,
The two most common coupling type adapters retain the stock cooling fan. The air flow is diverted forward to exit the openings in the side of the adapter housing. That price would be for adapter and alternator.....usually there is some choice as to who's alternator is used, most common being the Delco SI, Motorola and Leece Neville.

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11 years 3 months ago #32326 by Old Magnet
Hi N7gxz,
The chamber re-thread and and relief requirement is a given but I have not heard about having to remove threads to get the injector nozzle to seat. Have you had a chance to check that out and is it still so????

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11 years 3 months ago #32343 by n7gxz
OM,

Yes I have. The injector nut is not threaded all the way to the bottom of the hex. When I screwed the nut down until the threads bottomed the injector was still loose in the chamber. There is about 1/4" of the nut just under the hex that is not threaded. I'll take some pictures when I pull things and start machining this week when the other three chambers show up.

Kevin

D2 5U13247 Direct electric start, #44hyd, 2S blade, Hyster D2N

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11 years 3 months ago #32351 by Old Magnet
Not sure what's going on.....the late D2 and D4's use the same 4F5677 retainer nut and 4F5682 body plus both use the late 6H3364 nozzle. I wonder if there is a problem with those import pre-com chambers.

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11 years 3 months ago #32355 by n7gxz
OM,

Here is a picture of the new 1S1970 chamber and my original chamber and retainer nut.

The original chamber has a 1-1/8"x12TPI thread about 3/8" deep and then it changes to 1"x14TPI that matches the injector retainer nut.

The 1S1970 has a 1"x14TPI thread all the way to the top. Might be the difference between the new one piece design and the older two piece.

Kevin

D2 5U13247 Direct electric start, #44hyd, 2S blade, Hyster D2N
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11 years 3 months ago #32356 by Old Magnet
Yes, the larger thread is for the retainer and its removal using the threaded stud and spacer tooling.

I'll have to look again but I was under the impression the 1S1970 was the correct height to use the standard retainer nut.

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