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twister69z
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Starter part number or application

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I have what I believe to be a innovative accessories starter kit . It uses a lycoming 149 tooth ring gear on a aluminum hub. What is the application or part number of the starter used on this kit?
Help me please, the alternator is a nice lightweight flat belt . This is on a sandcast O-470 continental.
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Does it look like this??

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I will try to post a picture or two of the old broken starter and bracket.
No it don't look like any pictured in that link.
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Here are a few pictures, it is a 149 tooth Lycoming ring gear.
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if it's an 11 tooth bendix gear (i just went through this) that is a mid 80's chrysler K car starter.. go to napa an they can show you the picture of it .... thats the exact starter i just replaced 2 days ago on my gpu.. hope it helps... but that not a toyota... terminals on the wrong side
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Thanks !
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Call Norman Clay at Innovative Accessories. That looks like one of his starters. The Chrysler may bolt up but probably won't have as much torque as Normans. (863)357-3400.
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