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Post  Lem Evans on February 15th 2019, 10:46 am

Bill Heard wrote:Powermaster 9405 is a big block starter, BUT only has 9 teeth.
Not sure if this is a Ford starter, but part number SFD-0030K does have 10 teeth. Lem, can you give us a cost for this starter. may not cost enough for Curt though...…………
My cheap old 9405 is over ten years old and working fine.


I don't know what a SFD-0030K is.

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Post  Bill Heard on February 15th 2019, 9:05 pm

Thank you Lem, I like the idea of having 10 teeth AND just the fact its a Ford starter.
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Post  torino501 on February 16th 2019, 3:09 pm

I used a ford starter w a jw flywheel on a 14-1 501, had two 850 motorcraft batts to it also. worked great

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Post  Colt Macara on February 19th 2019, 2:28 pm

Lem Evans wrote:Flexplate/pinion problem - Page 2 M-110011

You guys are above my experience level. I always used the Ford truck starter from the 90's....has 10 teeth.

Always worked with stock, JW wheel, Scat or TCI flex plates.

Part number if you don't mind?.....Thanks
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Post  Lem Evans on February 19th 2019, 7:13 pm

Colt Macara wrote:
Lem Evans wrote:Flexplate/pinion problem - Page 2 M-110011

You guys are above my experience level. I always used the Ford truck starter from the 90's....has 10 teeth.

Always worked with stock, JW wheel, Scat or TCI flex plates.

Part number if you don't mind?.....Thanks

It'd depend on the source.....Ford reman.. , autozone, db electric , etc. Just tell them you want a starter for a 1995 F250 460 V8 with an automatic transmission.

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Post  frankcons87 on February 19th 2019, 7:34 pm

Lem Evans wrote:
Colt Macara wrote:
Lem Evans wrote:Flexplate/pinion problem - Page 2 M-110011

You guys are above my experience level. I always used the Ford truck starter from the 90's....has 10 teeth.

Always worked with stock, JW wheel, Scat or TCI flex plates.

Part number if you don't mind?.....Thanks

It'd depend on the source.....Ford reman.. , autozone, db electric , etc. Just tell them you want a starter for a 1995 F250 460 V8 with an automatic transmission.

This starter works with a 14.6:1 compression?

Which way do you recommend:
1) start spinning the engine and then lift the ignition switch
or
2) since the beginning start spinning the engine with the ignition switch on?

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Post  Colt Macara on February 19th 2019, 7:41 pm

Lem Evans wrote:
Colt Macara wrote:
Lem Evans wrote:Flexplate/pinion problem - Page 2 M-110011

You guys are above my experience level. I always used the Ford truck starter from the 90's....has 10 teeth.

Always worked with stock, JW wheel, Scat or TCI flex plates.

Part number if you don't mind?.....Thanks

It'd depend on the source.....Ford reman.. , autozone, db electric , etc. Just tell them you want a starter for a 1995 F250 460 V8 with an automatic transmission.

Thanks Lem.
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Post  Lem Evans on February 20th 2019, 10:13 am

frankcons87 wrote:
Lem Evans wrote:
Colt Macara wrote:
Lem Evans wrote:Flexplate/pinion problem - Page 2 M-110011

You guys are above my experience level. I always used the Ford truck starter from the 90's....has 10 teeth.

Always worked with stock, JW wheel, Scat or TCI flex plates.

Part number if you don't mind?.....Thanks

It'd depend on the source.....Ford reman.. , autozone, db electric , etc. Just tell them you want a starter for a 1995 F250 460 V8 with an automatic transmission.

This starter works with a 14.6:1 compression?

Which way do you recommend:
1) start spinning the engine and then lift the ignition switch
or
2) since the beginning start spinning the engine with the ignition switch on?


Starting technique will vary depending on cam shaft overlap, gas or methanol, etc. A guy just has to do what works for their combination.

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Post  frankcons87 on February 20th 2019, 11:24 am


It'd depend on the source.....Ford reman.. , autozone, db electric , etc. Just tell them you want a starter for a 1995 F250 460 V8 with an automatic transmission. [/quote]

This starter works with a 14.6:1 compression?

Which way do you recommend:
1) start spinning the engine and then lift the ignition switch
or
2) since the beginning start spinning the engine with the ignition switch on?[/quote]


Starting technique will vary depending on cam shaft overlap, gas or methanol, etc. A guy just has to do what works for their combination. [/quote]

Thank you, Lem
And have you used this starter on a engine with 14:1 or more compression?
Do you think it would work with mine if it is 14.6:1 ?

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Post  pdm25150 on February 21st 2019, 5:42 pm

Well I usually use the truck starter, but with the president's sale I ordered a Powermaster 9505 from Jegs. It has 11 teeth. Just a fyi.
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Post  Colt Macara on February 22nd 2019, 6:25 pm

FWIW.....this is the Summit starter with the "-M" Randy referred to. It also has 11 teeth.

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