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    electric starter for tiller & othe briggs

    Post by Admin on Sun Jan 22, 2012 3:53 pm

    ok--i want to rig a starter motor--my hot rod friend had 1 cart mounted to start his kaw drag bike--so i am thinking something to use instead of the pull rope on older engines of the lawn mower and tiller nature

    ideas???

    i have a briggs or tecumseh starter so mainly it's the connecter pin/box thing i need to make.


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    Re: electric starter for tiller & othe briggs

    Post by spartman on Sun Jan 22, 2012 4:52 pm

    They used to make an attachment that you could use your cordless drill to start one.

    Dont think they make it cause of that legal bs.


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    Re: electric starter for tiller & othe briggs

    Post by willowbilly3 on Sun Jan 22, 2012 9:40 pm

    What are you trying to start, the Briggs? Lots of my old garden tractors have a belt driven starter/generator. It looks pretty much like a Delco generator. I'm not sure how the wiring goes, you'd have to get a schematic over at MyTractors.com. Golf carts used the same thing
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    Re: electric starter for tiller & othe briggs

    Post by Admin on Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:26 pm

    briggs on tiller--mainly dreamin up a way to have a universal starter to use on any briggs type engine--so the pulley idea is good---i am thinking a socket to fit the stem on the crank that the recoil normally sits on--powered by a 12v car or truck starter


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