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Part number for starter

Postby littlebigswole » Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:53 am

Does any one know a part number for the Toyota starter conversion. My starter has no numbers on it

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Re: Part number for starter

Postby Cherpa » Thu Jul 28, 2016 8:47 am

What motor ?
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Re: Part number for starter

Postby mojoe » Thu Jul 28, 2016 9:09 am

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Re: Part number for starter

Postby Cherpa » Thu Jul 28, 2016 9:15 am

This is a NAPA part number 244-4891. This fits my Lycoming 0-360. Just check the nose gear, you may have to change it out.
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Re: Part number for starter

Postby littlebigswole » Thu Jul 28, 2016 1:43 pm

It's a 0320 narrow deck

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Re: Part number for starter

Postby John Fenner » Thu Jul 28, 2016 2:16 pm

All depends on the mounting boss location, if the holes are directly across the pinion shaft then it is an innovative accessories type or Norman Clay kit, if the holes are offset from pinion it is an air tec kit which is an 84 Supra turbo.
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Re: Part number for starter

Postby deepsea diver » Thu Jul 28, 2016 2:39 pm

It depends on the starter mount. Is it an DICK Waters air tech or a Norman Clay mount.
Then you need to know is it 11 or nine tooth . Your local started/alternator shop can rebuild it for about
$100.00. Post a pick of the starter and mount. Dick or Norman will ship out quick. The starter shop on Forsyth road in Orlando change the gear out on mine in five minutes. Air tec , Dick Waters has a web site, take a look. It's a rice burner starter, Nippon densco. If the starter mount has a back up flange that supports the alum mount flange of the starter(slip on and uses the 2 large bolts to hold it in place,most likely Air tec)

Densco number 19093a is 11 tooth starter
19094 is 9 tooth starter

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Re: Part number for starter

Postby deepsea diver » Thu Jul 28, 2016 2:54 pm

Densco number 19093a is 11 tooth starter
19094 9 tooth

Look in recent photos or my gallery, there is 11 tooth started parts ref numbers!!!

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Re: Part number for starter

Postby deepsea diver » Thu Jul 28, 2016 3:20 pm

Can somebody post the pic into thread., v/r DSD

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Re: Part number for starter

Postby flcracker9 » Thu Jul 28, 2016 9:35 pm

If yours is the offset style (starter gear off center of the mounting bolts), I have a fairly new one (started the boat 3 times, then the air tech bracket broke) that I'd be willing to sell you? I replaced it with the Innovative setup so I no longer need it. PM me if you're interested.
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Re: Part number for starter

Postby littlebigswole » Fri Jul 29, 2016 11:41 am

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Re: Part number for starter

Postby dblj006 » Fri Jul 29, 2016 12:58 pm

deepsea diver wrote:It depends on the starter mount. Is it an DICK Waters air tech or a Norman Clay mount.
Then you need to know is it 11 or nine tooth . Your local started/alternator shop can rebuild it for about
$100.00. Post a pick of the starter and mount. Dick or Norman will ship out quick. The starter shop on Forsyth road in Orlando change the gear out on mine in five minutes. Air tec , Dick Waters has a web site, take a look. It's a rice burner starter, Nippon densco. If the starter mount has a back up flange that supports the alum mount flange of the starter(slip on and uses the 2 large bolts to hold it in place,most likely Air tec)

Densco number 19093a is 11 tooth starter
19094 is 9 tooth starter


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Re: Part number for starter

Postby apg1387 » Sat Dec 08, 2018 4:31 pm

I have an Norman clay and adaptor and what looks to be an 11 tooth from Napa but I can't read the part number its too faded and its a little tricky to see around that cone piece. Can you tell what starter I need from these pics.
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Re: Part number for starter

Postby SeatCover » Sun Dec 09, 2018 8:42 am

I run a toyota cressida starter, it is bigger than the one I replaced, I think from a celica? The bigger (longer) starter is definitely better. Bring your old one to napa and have em pull a few off the shelf, you will know what ya need. Stay away from the cheapos at advance or discount, unless your boat hand props easy.
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Re: Part number for starter

Postby John Fenner » Sun Dec 09, 2018 10:26 am

apg1387 wrote:I have an Norman clay and adaptor and what looks to be an 11 tooth from Napa but I can't read the part number its too faded and its a little tricky to see around that cone piece. Can you tell what starter I need from these pics.

This is a Chrysler starter adapter with a late model dodge magnum starter.
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Re: Part number for starter

Postby jopete » Mon Dec 17, 2018 8:53 pm

I couldn't find a part # on my starter, so I just went to town and got it rebuilt for about $100. works like a champ now.

of course, I found the new replacement starter I got several years ago and forgot that I had bought it. lol was sitting next to the new replacement mag and alt I keep in the closet.

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Postby Slidin Gator » Mon Dec 17, 2018 9:23 pm

jopete wrote:I couldn't find a part # on my starter, so I just went to town and got it rebuilt for about $100. works like a champ now.

of course, I found the new replacement starter I got several years ago and forgot that I had bought it. lol was sitting next to the new replacement mag and alt I keep in the closet.

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Re: Part number for starter

Postby slaughter » Wed Dec 19, 2018 8:17 am

Who makes this kit. “Starter” 9 Thoth


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Re: Part number for starter

Postby Slidin Gator » Wed Dec 19, 2018 6:39 pm

Schmidt Aviation in Ft. Lauderdale is one source, $195 new the last time I bought one.
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Re: Part number for starter

Postby Slidin Gator » Wed Dec 19, 2018 9:14 pm

deepsea diver wrote:Densco number 19093a is 11 tooth starter
19094 9 tooth

Look in recent photos or my gallery, there is 11 tooth started parts ref numbers!!!


https://dnlauto.com/product/airboat-starter-2-0kw-12-volt-cw-9-tooth-19094/

https://www.amazon.com/AIRBOAT-STARTER-CONTINENTAL-LYCOMING-TOYOTA/dp/B008XOJFV0

Pricing depends on your need at the time.
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