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Old 09-27-2011, 08:25 PM
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HOW MANY STARTER BOLTS 0N 68 302?

Im so embarassed asking such a stupid question, but I checked old threads, and 3 different books and no dice, its such a easy ? that the books just say pull bolts, and then replace bolts LOL. Well i pulled 2 bolts and the cabel and My stock starter wont budge, is there a 3rd bolt? Im tryin to replace the stock starter on My 68 302, with a mini starter for header clearence. Thanks guys (only 4 days till our 20th aniversery cruise to Hawai)
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Only 2 Jimmy...try tapping it with a hammer, it may just be "bonded" on the flange and need a little persuasion.
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Charlieled is right only 2. Had to take a hammer to more then one.
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Only 2 Jimmy...try tapping it with a hammer, it may just be "bonded" on the flange and need a little persuasion.
Thank you Charlie , this is the second help you gave me tonight. While I was surfin old threads looking for this answer, I ran across a post where you helped another member out with what to do with the redundant solinoid that ill be getting on My new mini starter so thank you again in advance for that bit of information. Thanks for always being ready to lend a hand to those in need, or those inept, like Me. LOL
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