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Diesel Dude

07-27-2014 11:11:17

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I am wanting to upgrade my puller currently running 7 inch power block now with pet cocks and using stock starter with 2 batteries and double OO gauge cables but it is still slow to spin it over.If i am going bigger what starter can I use in the new beast to start better and faster!

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07-27-2014 13:34:31

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 Re: 70 puller starters in reply to Diesel Dude, 07-27-2014 11:11:17  
There is an outfit in Sioux City, IA that sells new and ReMan gear reduction starters. I was looking for a starter for my late G and they had a gear reduction starter that would bolt right up, no mods required other than it uses a push button or key switch rather than foot pedal. I am at a loss right now I cant remember what the name is. I will do some digging and make sure to post when I figure it out. If anyone else knows, feel free to chime in.

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07-27-2014 13:44:57

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 Re: 70 puller starters in reply to bigboreG, 07-27-2014 13:34:31  
I found the name , its SELECT PARTS. 712-252-7972 ...but they are wholesale so you will have to get a buddy who is either a dealer or someone who has a tax exempt id to call and/or order for you. Best of luck!

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Diesel Dude

07-28-2014 17:38:46

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 Re: 70 puller starters in reply to bigboreG, 07-27-2014 13:44:57  
Thanks for the info i will see if they have a unit that will bolt up in that hole and work for me!

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Lee depew

07-29-2014 14:13:03

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 Re: 70 puller starters in reply to Diesel Dude, 07-28-2014 17:38:46  
Mark shellum has the set up that u need takes a Littel work but works great call him 605-940-6666

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Diesel Dude

07-30-2014 05:24:57

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 Re: 70 puller starters in reply to Lee depew, 07-29-2014 14:13:03  
Thanks Lee for the contact info I will give mark a call.

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Lee depew

07-30-2014 05:47:50

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 Re: 70 puller starters in reply to Diesel Dude, 07-30-2014 05:24:57  
Any time bud!!

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