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Trucker

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Trucker

Its tine to replace the original starter on my '06 Iride with the 320 Indmar. Ordered one from Bakes, ($199 and free shipping) and should be here in a few days. 

Never replaced one so looking for advice or tips.... Difficulty rating??

 

Thx

 

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braindamage

It was easy on my DD. 2 bolts and 2 wires. Not sure about a v-drive.

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Trucker

Thanks. It's a DD as well. 

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Bozboat

Obviously disconnect battery cables before working on starter. (I learned this the hard way on a 66 Cadillac)

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riggowrestler

There is nothing wrong with doing some battery welding.  lol

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muddyriverwater

Hi Trucker, 

Its a pretty easy job, as mentioned two bolts.

Using a socket set instead of a spanner will save you a lot of time and skin on your knuckles.

Take a photo of the wiring on your phone before you undo it, it will also save you any confusion as you install the new one.

Maybe thats all obvious but hope it helps.

Cheers.

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formulaben
On 3/31/2017 at 3:48 AM, muddyriverwater said:

Hi Trucker, 

Its a pretty easy job, as mentioned two bolts.

Using a socket set instead of a spanner will save you a lot of time and skin on your knuckles.

Take a photo of the wiring on your phone before you undo it, it will also save you any confusion as you install the new one.

Maybe thats all obvious but hope it helps.

Cheers.

This is good advice for a LOT of projects... :whistle:

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