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Old 07-17-2012, 04:57 PM
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Hey guys, does any one know where I can buy a starter for the 60 223 6- cyl.? Advance wants 234$ thanks for the advice
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rock auto has one for 163.
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Still ain't cheap! Not sure what shipping would be?
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That's what you pay them to send it to ya!
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Have you thought about taking your core to a local rebuilder?
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Have you thought about taking your core to a local rebuilder?
x2 most of the parts can be bought and replaced by you. pull it apart and see what ya got going.
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thanks guys, I'll take it apart
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The starter construction is fairly basic, with very few parts inside. If the shaft turns freely, you might only need a pair of brushes. If you elect to perform the job youself, a rebuild kit will run about 1/4 the price of a remanufactured unit. Most rebuild kits will include new bearings, a reconditioned armature, and brushes. The brush springs and field coils should be fine unless they have been damaged by decades of rust. Rebuild kits can be obtained from Concourse Parts, Mac's, Sacramento Vintage Ford, etc.
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I paid right at a hundred bucks to have mine rebuilt and I had it back the same day
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