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ZIS-110 starter motor
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HH56 wrote [2011/12/20]:...Wow, when CCCP copied, they did a fantastic job. 10 more CID but sure would take two looks to tell the difference at a distance if sitting side by side. The only obvious one I see at a distance is the starter motor solenoid difference.



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JD in KC wrote[ 2011/12/20]: Howard,

Not so different...


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Posted on: 2011/12/20 11:56
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Re: ZIS-110 starter motor
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Two ZIS pictures to strengthen the statement of Dave.

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Posted on: 2011/12/20 12:09
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Re: ZIS-110 starter motor
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I stand corrected. In the illustration I thought the electrical section looked like it was a bit taller and narrower than the Autolite.

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Is that a reduction gear starter????? Sure looks like one to me from the pics.

Posted on: 2011/12/20 16:41
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Yes, gear reduction with overrunning clutch (no Bendix).

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Posted on: 2011/12/20 19:34
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Did Packard offer/produce any reduction gear starters for the streight 8's ??? I'm guessing not. On the other hand i wonder if the ZIS reduction gear starter would be a direct bolt on to the Packard. Those living in extremely cold climates with Packards mite consider that for their "slow turning" 6 volt starters.

Posted on: 2011/12/20 22:44
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How common was block heaters on the Zis/Zil Chaikas???? Either injections????

Posted on: 2011/12/20 22:46
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Did Packard offer/produce any reduction gear starters for the streight 8's ???...


Yes. The photos of the starter in posts 1 and 5 are of the Auto-Lite starter for the Packard 356 (1940-1950). It appears that the Soviet-copied starter and the original Auto-Lite starter are practically identical.

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...It appears that the Soviet-copied starter and the original Auto-Lite starter are practically identical.


Yes, as far as I see there can be no talk of an inspired starter design. It seems to be a 1:1 copy.
Dave, thanks for the picture.

Posted on: 2011/12/20 23:43
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