Hyster QC20:
starter replacement/shroud removal

Anyone removed the starter from one of these. It is a 1959 three wheeler. I have removed most of the sheet metal around the wisonsin motor, but it appears the fan/turbine shroud could possible be bolted behind the fan/turbine in two places. That seems like a crazy thing to do. So has anyone seen one of these apart or perhaps have those pages in a manual? Once in the past it was done from a pit, but even that was very difficult. Thanks, Don
Serial number is A1D 3442D
  • Posted 26 Nov 2020 02:55
  • Discussion started by don_chapman
  • Idaho, United States

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