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GEAR REDUCTION STARTERS
“Modern Starters Have More Power to Crank Classic
Engines”
Solve your starter motor problems
permanently with a light weight, high-torque
aftermarket starter motor with more power to
crank your classic engine.  Gear reduction starters
come with integral solenoids.  A minor wiring
change may be required.  You will be happier
with your car if you fit one of these starters...
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Starter Motor;
TR2, TR3, TR3A, up to
1
329.95
comm. no. TS50000
Starter Motor;
fits later TR3A, TR3B, TR4,
1
329.95
TR4A
Starter Motor;
fits TR250, TR5, TR6
1
329.95
Starter Motor;
fits TR7
1
329.95
Starter Motor;
fits TR8
1
399.95
Starter Motor;
fits all Spitfires; use original  
1
329.95
spacer after filing away flange as instructed
Starter Motor;
fits all GT6; use original
1
329.95
spacer after filing away flange as instructed
Starter Motor;
fits MGB, 1962-67,
1
329.95
crankshaft with three main bearings
Starter Motor;
fits MGB, 1968-80.
1
329.95
crankshaft with five main bearings
Starter Motor;
fits all MG Midgets and
1
329.95
Austin Healey Sprites
BRAND NEW GENERATORS, MGB, TR2, TR3, TR4,
TR4A, EARLY SPITFIRES
“Old Lucas Generators May Have Been
Rebuilt Too Many Times...”
Yes, we have found that it is hard to polarize old
generators which may have been rebuilt a number of
times over the years and fitted to cars with both
positive and negative ground.  New generators retain
stock appearance and come fitted with aluminium end
brackets just like originals.
Part No.
Description
No.Off  List Price  Sale Price
Generator, brand new with original
1
169.95
appearance and brand new function
DIRECTIONS FOR POLARIZING A GENERATOR
Generators must be polarized to match the grounding of the battery when
they are installed in the car.  Here is a simple way to polarize a generator:
1. Fit the generator to the car, but do not make the electrical connections.
2. Connect the battery cables to the battery terminals.
3. Touch the bare end of an insulated wire, that you provide—a jumper
cable will work—to the terminal which is connected to the starter
solenoid, whether it be positive or negative.  Flick the opposite end of
the wire to the field coil terminal of the generator, and your generator
will now be correctly polarized to your car.
FIELD COIL
STARTER MOTORS, SWITCHES, LAMPS, AND
WINDSCREEN WIPERS










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