New Hi-Torque Starter Motor 12 volt
Fits 46-50 Truck, Station Wagon, Jeepster

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New Hi-Torque Starter Motor 12 volt
Fits 46-50 Truck, Station Wagon, Jeepster

New Hi-Torque Starter Motor in 12volt

Mini High Torque Starter To Replace  Early
Autolite Starter.

This is a Denso Gear Reduction Conversion Starter
made from the Powerful 1.2 KW Nippondenso
Gear Reduction Starter Motors.

Looking for a Trouble Free Starter to Crank
That Willys Engine? Try This 12 Volt
Starter Made in the USA. You Will Not Be

For Autolite MZ-4137

Center Hole (register): 3-1/8"
Hole to Hole (mounting hole):  4.55"
124 Tooth Ring Gear

4-134 engine
6-161 engine

46-50 Truck
46-50 Station Wagon
48-50 Jeepster

Please confirm your starter motor number before ordering. Call if you need help. For use with key or push button switch.

Helpful Guides and Illustrations:
Wiring and Installation Guide

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Questions: I have a 1950 model 673 wagon with an L6-161.Does this starter eliminate the foot switch or is it rigged up for the foot switch? I want to change over to 12 volt and would like to keep the foot switch.
Question By: DJ on Jun 22 2014 12:00 AM
It will convert you over to an ignition switch start.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jun 23 2014 12:00 AM
Questions: I have a 49 willys pickup with the L head engine with a manual foot start. Will this fit without changing the bellhousing.
Question By: gary collins on Feb 9 2012 12:00 AM
Yes this will work perfectly for you with no modification on the bellhousing.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Feb 9 2012 12:00 AM
Questions: I have a 52 Willys PU. about six years ago, before I owned it, a new ring gear was installed. I have counted the teeth--118. Will this starter or any of the starters you carry work with my PU?
Question By: Ken Tarrant on Jan 30 2012 12:00 AM
You probably have a 124 tooth ring gear on there and just miscounted. Please call us toll free. We can help you out on it.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jan 31 2012 12:00 AM
Questions: If I purchased the 12 volt alternator you have listed for my 1948 Jeepster-do I also need to purchase the 12 volt starter for the starting and charging systems to all work together correctly? Anything else that would need to be purchased?
Question By: Kurt on Jan 21 2011 12:00 AM
Your 6 volt is ok, but will be slow cranking. This starter is hi-torque gear reduction. I really recommend it. If you are going from 6 volt to 12 you need to get the regulator (923130) and coil (933160)
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jan 23 2011 12:00 AM