Starter mount

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mmcc100
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Starter mount

Post by mmcc100 » Mon Feb 25, 2019 8:43 am

I have my new gear reduction starter and ordered a new mount. When I replaced the starter and went to crank it, the rubber mount came loose at the bottom due to decay. I'm having trouble getting the mount off. I know from the diagrams that there are nuts behind the screws which would mean I need to get in there somehow. Any pics or tips before I start digging in? I got the left side bottom bolt out since it was easy to access front and back.

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Re: Starter mount

Post by pcolette » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:47 am

All fasteners are removable without having to disassemble anything else on the engine (ie. the bellhousing). There is an access panel in the right front wheel well that is held on with 4 bolts from within the wheel well. Removing it gives you more room and also easier to see things.
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Re: Starter mount

Post by pcolette » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:49 am

You may also want to consider this mount:
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Paul C.
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'73 Swiss 710M
'89 Puch 230GE
2002 MB G500 (For Sale)

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