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Worm Gear Motor?? Can you ID this Auto-Lite 4003 2F Casting No. 435633...............


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Good Morning all.
I bought this motor on eBay with out a picture. Auction stated it was a 1940's convertible top motor. It is Not!
Tag states;
Auto-Lite 4003 2F
About 14 inches long and 4 inches in Dia.
Hope you can help.
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Default Re: Worm Gear Motor?? Can you ID this Auto-Lite 4003 2F Casting No. 435633...........

I have one like in your picture except it has a grooved drum at a right angle that drives off the worm gear.
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Good Morning all.
I bought this motor on eBay with out a picture. Auction stated it was a 1940's convertible top motor. It is Not!
Tag states;
Auto-Lite 4003 2F
About 14 inches long and 4 inches in Dia.
Hope you can help.
Massey Harris combine winch??
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Massey Harris combine winch??
That is what I was thinking about, but the starter would run both directions to raise and lower the header.
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It's reversible. The case is ground. One post is clockwise the other post is counter clockwise.
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So has the ten (10) year old question been solved?
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Looks like it.... But sadly the OP appears to have disappeared...
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