having a problem with a 1950 plymouth starter. customer installed new flywheel and overdrive tranny, but ran out of time to finish the project and brought it to me with a pile of parts both new and old [driveshaft, trunions, e-brake cable, od cable etc.... and a reman starter that i installed. crank it over once it did not sound right. cranked it over again...clunk... then sounded REAL BAD. pulled the inspection cover and found hair sized shavings, pulled the starter and it had broken the nose off the end of the starter. the flywheel looks fine and has 172 teeth. is the starter is wrong or the flywheel? has anyone seen this before? it is the original flat six, and it has been converted to 12 volts. customer said he has gone through a "few" starters that had ruined the flywheel [why he put a new one on.