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Starter model? O-235 Long EZ

Robert M

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Hey everyone, 

Dissembled and greased the starter at annual. Considered replacing the solenoid and/or entire starter while off, depending on cost, but unable to locate the make/model. Sticker fell off and no identifying stamp.. 

Remember maybe a Mitsubishi label on it. Def not SkyTec; bracket appears to be non-certified for the L2C. Any ideas from the attached photo? 




Long EZ O-235-L2C


Robert M.

Long EZ 329W  |  O-235 updraft

Pilot / engineer / amateur mechanic

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Toyota starters were frequently used.  No idea if that is a Toyota but you might take it to a starter shop and ask them.  These things can be rebuilt too, so that's a possibility.

Contact Magazine issue #5 shows a Toyota being used on a Continental.  It does not say the Toyota model and the picture is doggy but I imagine it is a late 80's or early 90's starter.  (pic)

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Cozy IV N13AM-750 hrs, Long-EZ-85 hrs and sold

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These starters are currently (and have been for a while) used heavily in the automotive restoration (upgrade) and racing community.  I'm guessing there are several companies making the same models/configurations.

Just need to confirm pinion specs and rotation direction.



You and James Bond can share starters if need be.  😁


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