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12 Oct 2020 04:16 - 12 Oct 2020 06:17 #1 by Michael Hainen
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If you have a pull starter knob, my best guess is, it probably is the starter bellcrank. You pull the knob and the bellcrank pushes the rod/ bendix gear to engage engine and pull a little more it pushes an old fashion start button, Right off 1930's farm tractors and early combines. Always make sure the knob returns to position or the gear will still be engaged.
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10 Oct 2020 21:06 #2 by Kevin Gassert
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Hard to say. Only bellcrank there would normally be hand brake. Can you upload a picture?

Kevin

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22 Sep 2020 20:21 #3 by Gene deRuelle
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In getting some really gucky reside from the back side of the firewall, I ran across a bellcrank that I cannot explain. It's about 4" on the long arm and 2" on the short one. It's mounted parallel to the firewall. It has a foot long threaded rod attached to the short arm. Travel is about two inches. Can anyone tell me what this is? What it operates? Call me at 775-200-6519. Thanks a bunch

GeneD

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