Pull start cen fun factor

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Morning all.

I have a third cen fun factor that I need a pull start for, due to the cars been old and out dated like myself, pull starts are rare, could anyone tell me if I can get a universal pull start.
Many thanks
Simon
 
Morning all.

I have a third cen fun factor that I need a pull start for, due to the cars been old and out dated like myself, pull starts are rare, could anyone tell me if I can get a universal pull start.
Many thanks
Simon

What engine does it have? Could you take a picture of the backplate? It's likely there's a pull start out there that'll fit, you just need to find the right one, and that depends mainly on the hole spacing and how far out the one-way hex sticks.
 
What engine does it have? Could you take a picture of the backplate? It's likely there's a pull start out there that'll fit, you just need to find the right one, and that depends mainly on the hole spacing and how far out the one-way hex sticks.
It's an NT16 with the original back plate, if I can't get a pull start would I be able to set it up using an electric start up kit?

Many thanks

Simon
 
It's an NT16 with the original back plate, if I can't get a pull start would I be able to set it up using an electric start up kit?

Many thanks

Simon

I'm pretty sure that's a "standard"-sized pullstart, more common on the big blocks these days, something like this should work. Lots of modern engines have a slightly smaller one.

That could also work with a roto-start, you'd want the "11012" backplate.

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Cheers I will have a look into it and do some research on what parts are available.

Many thanks

Simon
 
There are basically 2 sizes plus some variations. From center hole to hole are generally 28mm or 32mm and then the hex nut are usually 12mm or 14mm.
 

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