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Starter WD45 whats the best route?

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02-10-2004 13:21:56

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I may need to replace my starter for a 52 WD45.
Whats the best route?> to have it rebuilt, rebuild it myself or just buy a new one? I'm asking this in terms of cost as well as technical difficulty....
If anyone has any worthwhile links (kits, parts, rebuilts, new and other starter links) could you post them?
thanks a lot....

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02-11-2004 16:37:34

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 Re: Starter WD45 whats the best route? in reply to iamdes, 02-10-2004 13:21:56  
Hello imdes I Suggest You Just Deal With Steve in N.J. He Is Excellent To Deal With And You Will Get A Top Quality Product. A Starter Rebuild For $20.00 Is A Joke. A Top Quality First Class Starter Rebuild Can Not Be Done For $20.00 GIVE ME A BREAK !

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02-11-2004 05:07:48

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 Re: Starter WD45 whats the best route? in reply to iamdes, 02-10-2004 13:21:56  
We have an exchange program on starters, generators, alternators, carbs, mags, & distributors, and a lot of electrical parts for AC machines, if you can't find a rebuilder locally. Drop us a line with your mailing address, we'll send ya a catalog.
Steve/B&B Custom Circuits

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02-10-2004 14:05:10

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 Re: Starter WD45 whats the best route? in reply to iamdes, 02-10-2004 13:21:56  
I also have a guy in my area that does them but sorry to say most of the time it costs around $50 but he does put in new bushings, brushes and just plan does a good job. But thats still a lot less then what it would cost for a new/rebuilt one from a parts store/tractor dealer

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Jim in michigan

02-10-2004 13:54:30

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 Re: Starter WD45 whats the best route? in reply to iamdes, 02-10-2004 13:21:56  
Local guy here does staters and alts as well as generators,, he did several starters for me and average rebuild is 20 bucks...Jim

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