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How do I determine the correct Starter Rotation
Left Hand Engine Rotation
This is the most common engine rotation found on today's engines.  This is the same rotation as automotive engines.  Use this chart to determine the correct starter needed
Engine rotation
viewed from the flywheel end
Right Hand Engine Rotation
This is not very common on today's engines.  This is the opposite rotation of automotive engine
Engine rotation
viewed from the flywheel end

Groove Method for Determining Starter Rotaion:
  1. Hold the starter so that the nose cone (or drive) is pointed up, and the com-end plate is pointed down.
  2. Take a close look at the tip of each tooth on the gear. There will be a beveled (slanted) edge on one side of the tooth or the other.
  3. If the beveled edge is on the right, the starter is RIGHT HAND (Clockwise CW) ROTATION.
  4. If the beveled edge is on the left, the starter is LEFT HAND (Counter-Clockwise CCW) ROTATION.
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