New Hi-Torque Starter Motor 12 volt
Fits 50-53 Truck, Station Wagon

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New Hi-Torque Starter Motor 12 volt
Fits 50-53 Truck, Station Wagon

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-4162

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

4-134 F engine
6-161 engine

50-53 Truck
50-53 Station Wagon
50-51 Jeepster

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

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Questions: For som odd reason I have a MZ 4162 starter on my '52 Willys CJ3A. Will the 801167A-12V be the correct replacement starter, or should I use the the hi-torque starter listed for a '52 CJ 3A. What is the difference between the two?
Question By: Hans on Sep 21 2014 12:00 AM
This one or the one for the CJ-3A will work just fine. They are interchange. The MZ-4137 & MZ-4162 interchange with each other.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Sep 22 2014 12:00 AM
Questions: My 52 SW has been converted to 12v but has the old 6v starter. I want to convert it to your HT-Starter. I understand that it will not be a mounting issue but since it has a solinoid I assume I no longer can use the floor starter peg. Do I need to change the ignition switch and if so which do you suggest. Is there anywhere that I can get direction on how to complete this conversion ?
Question By: Mark on Jul 27 2012 12:00 AM
Yes this is a starter for a key switch. I would also get part number: 924918 for the ignition switch. This will get you going.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Jul 30 2012 12:00 AM