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Old 10-01-2012, 03:07 AM
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starter motor for engine B9AE6015F

hi there

maybe anybody can help me ? i`m from germany and own a F100 (1960) third generation with V8 engine.
don´t know if the engine is the original in it but can send pictures for more clearness. number on the block is B9AE 6015 F


i urgently need a starter motor for my truck.

if anybody could help me that would be very great.

thxs raik
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Welcome! Yes, pictures are always helpful. Do you have a starter that is not working or none at all?
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If you have a 1959 engine as your casting number indicates, this one on Ebay should work for you, then again I don't know exactly what engine you have for certain. Check it out! 56-62 FORD/MERC. REBUILT STARTER W/WARRANTY (NICE) #1 | eBay

This fella has been selling these rebuilts for quite awhile now.They are getting harder to find.
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If you have a 1959 engine as your casting number indicates, this one on Ebay should work for you, then again I don't know exactly what engine you have for certain. Check it out! 56-62 FORD/MERC. REBUILT STARTER W/WARRANTY (NICE) #1 | eBay

This fella has been selling these rebuilts for quite awhile now.They are getting harder to find.

hi again

much thanks for your kindly help in this case. the starter motor on ebay is nearly the same like mine but the shaft from my starter is a little bit longer and there is not a spring coil in front of the shaft. the body and the holder, respectively the flange is the same. i would attache a picture but don`t know how it works.

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Here's a link describing how to post pictures! http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/67...-pictures.html
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5. Click Upload Pictures, Then click Browse, Locate the Files of your truck. (You can add 3 files at a time)
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I bought mine here

I used it for a 292 and use the old one, before I broke rebuilding, it on the 223:

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BTW - Your casting is a 292 Y block

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maybe anybody can help me ? i`m from germany and own a F100 (1960) third generation with V8 engine.


i urgently need a starter motor for my truck.

if anybody could help me that would be very great
Do you need the complete starter or just the Bendix drive?

The starter drive is the Bendix inertia type, has a huge coil spring on it.

It's retained to the shaft with a roll pin. The drive has to unwound by hand to get to the pin.

C1AZ-11350-A (replaced 1CM-11350-C) .. Bendix Drive / Obsolete ~ 54 available NOS

1952/60 F100/800 215/223 I-6 & 239/256/272/292 V8 / Misc: 1952/60 Ford I-6 & V8 Passenger Cars.
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