federal stock number looking to identify part

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federal stock number looking to identify part

Post by STIGY » Sat Jul 20, 2019 6:06 am

hello all,
I recently bought a load of NOS parts, it all appears to be all m-series stuff. some clearly has the 'G' association with it but I have a lot that doesn't. lots of new bearings in the cans etc.
I have a NOS starter that reads
2920-529-7289
starter eng
1 each
af 40-604-60-4079
gmc united motors svc div
Detroit mich/mf !@#$%?
a-IIb-12/60
f/h 1109901
any way to identify?
I have done a bunch of free fsn searches but no luck.
thanks in advanve for the help.

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Re: federal stock number looking to identify part

Post by W. Winget » Sat Jul 20, 2019 8:07 am

1st when the FSN went to NSN, they added 01 behind the 1st number, so:
FSN 2920-529-7289 becomes NSN 2920-01-529-7289
So retrying some searches that way may help.
If you have the starter outside it's wrap, a few photos here will go much further than an FSN/NSN as someone has changed one out on a Mil vehicle here, so please attach a small photo.

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Re: federal stock number looking to identify part

Post by STIGY » Sat Jul 20, 2019 9:04 am

Thanks for the reply, I did a search with the -01 added and it indeed comes up as a starter however it doesn't show what truck it goes to as It did for some bearings etc. I really didn't want to unwrap it incase it goes to a person who likes the "still in NOS" status.
how do you connect any of this with vehicle assignment?

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Re: federal stock number looking to identify part

Post by STIGY » Thu Aug 22, 2019 12:30 pm

ok, I opened up the crispy new starter and it is a delco 24 volt number 1109901
can anyone tell me what it goes to?

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Re: federal stock number looking to identify part

Post by W. Winget » Thu Aug 22, 2019 2:41 pm

Just photo it with your Cell phone (Wife's, Kid's, Neighbors?) and post a pic here, then someone can visually help sort it out.
The NSN doesn't come up.
The Delco number you gave is "Obsolete" on Delco's site, but cross references to a 10MT which is a standard Chevy, so that's likely a rabbit hole...

Photo is worth SOOoo much here...…. virtually every Army truck post WWII had 24volts, post a photo and I can bet there will be an answer within 1 hour.
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Re: federal stock number looking to identify part

Post by STIGY » Sat Aug 24, 2019 10:43 am

starter 1.jpg
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starter 2.jpg
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starter 3.jpg
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here some photos of the starter, the truck page thought it came from a generator as the part number is listed in a manual referenced.

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