Does anyone know if the starter/generator windings have to be removed or will they tolerate the 30 minutes at 400 degrees of baking required to cure the powdercoat ? If they won't, then what is the best way to remove the rusted-in slothead screws going thru each side of the case ? The brush holders are riveted in and are all metal, but the wires between the windings and one of the brush holders is insulated . Any advise would be greatly appreciated . 95% of the tractor is allready powdercoated, so doing the starter/generator the same way would be a better match and last longer .
Cubs 72,104,124,2206, mower decks , snowthrowers and rototiller . Lots of time and patience and very little money ( especially since discovering Cub Cadets )