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1984 starter/exhaust broke out alum ear during stud extract
Sorry, rather abrupt post for a volunteer army of experts. I appreciated your prompt reply, neoracer & unionjack.

Before I pulled the starter it b-a-r-e-ly turned over. The positive battery post-to-brush contact was good through the permanent magnet.
There was 6-8 solder "globs" (technical term ;] ) between the armature & the perminant magnet when I opened the starter. Where is THAT from?
Could someone comment on the starter wear regarding the tolerances? Picture shows commutator @ < 24mm. Is this to far gone?

**modifications already done: (fused the 3-yellow wires/stator, replace dog bone fuses at solenoid, battery tender, new battery)
**modifications left: (braided ground strap for starter brushes & starter relay rework)
Have I missed anything?

Thanks folks


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Re: 1984 starter/exhaust broke out alum ear during stud extract - by Guest - 05-18-2011, 12:20 PM

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