I need a source for the following item. Its a sleeve that goes on the end of a Bendix Drive. It has two small holes 1/16"?. It has THREADS on the inside. It is 7/8 inch long and has an inside diameter of about 3/4 inches. I will try and post a picture.
A picture also of the end of a Bendix with the sleeve on the very end.
Looks like our images went to the same place.
thanks for trying Steve. I switched over to windows 10 and am having a hard time but I won't give up yet.
The sleeve above on the right side of the Bendix is what I need. I am looking for a source for about a dozen or so, but I don't find any in the catalogs.
Bump: I hope some one knows where I can get the sleeves????
I'm confused. You're saying one thing and showing another. The item in your last picture is called a Stop Nut. The whole Bendix assembly is sold new so someone is making the parts but they aren't sold individually. Contact Lang's and see if they will divulge the supplier or make arrangements to supply the part. If you're buying 10 or more, they may oblige.
Like Ken said, call Ashley Lang. Ashley is quite conversant in Bendix assemblies after that little dry spell a while back that lasted over a year on getting new...I believe Lang's buy the complete assemblies from China. I don't know how true the individual parts are to the print...but the complete assemblies now work extremely good.
Yeah, I'm not sure why they would not supply the stop nut as a separate item when the pinion gear is. The stop nut is a wear item. It not only acts as the stop for the pinion but also acts as a bearing surface for the rear mounting bracket babbitt/bushing (Snout). It takes the full force of the starter torque reaction when the pinion is against the flywheel.
As a side note to those that want the most from their starter or "blueprinting": The OD of that stop nut should be smooth and polished.
2nd on calling Langs- it that does not get you the parts you need, call Snyders. I have purchased individual Bendix parts from them back when they 1st started reproducing them.
I guess if I needed them I would just make them. But that is just me!!
Ken Kopsky Why do you always have to say something smart. If you don't like my posts then the answer is easy, don't read them. I pretty well stay off the forum for comments like some of your previous ones. It should be easy to avoid my very few posts.
Well Dave Huson, then " the sleeve above on the right side of the Bendix" is called a Drive Head or Drive Sleeve. It's available as a separate part.
Still confused. ???
Sorry I tried to help you.
(Message edited by ccwken on May 24, 2016)