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Today 09:34 AM
SuperCrutyPS
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
They are not cheap by any means, but they last a long time. I have been selling these for about 5-6yrs and have only had 2 warranty claims out of 100's sold. One was a warranty that I fixed. The contact plunger inside the solenoid just had something stuck on it so it wouldnt make contact to engage the starter. I scrapped it clean, and it's been good ever since.

https://cncfab.us/i-30497609-denso-g...8000-8420.html
Thanks Corey! I'll definitely keep that one in mind! Looks beefy enough. Your price isn't too much higher than the one I just bought. The key will be to order one BEFORE the current one quits.
Today 09:07 AM
[email protected]
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Originally Posted by SuperCrutyPS View Post
The Primary reason I went there was I needed a starter ASAP + being the weekend, I wasn't going to get one shipped by the time I needed it. The truck is my DD and I needed to get to work Monday.

The old one lasted a bit over 2 years. Don't know if that's good or not. Maybe next time, when I suspect it's going, I should research starters.

Recommendations?
They are not cheap by any means, but they last a long time. I have been selling these for about 5-6yrs and have only had 2 warranty claims out of 100's sold. One was a warranty that I fixed. The contact plunger inside the solenoid just had something stuck on it so it wouldnt make contact to engage the starter. I scrapped it clean, and it's been good ever since.

https://cncfab.us/i-30497609-denso-g...8000-8420.html
Yesterday 04:16 PM
ToyMan Not actually to it - but for it

I carried this in from the UPS guy. So I can fix a small leak.
01-16-2020 09:27 PM
SuperCrutyPS
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Originally Posted by JustinOOO9 View Post
Good friend of mine in Chico just replaced his. Hes closing on the 300k mark soon. There are a 3 bolt and 2 bolt version but for some reason the 2 bolt has a much stronger motor and will noticeably spin the truck over faster. @blue99stroker may be able to chime in with what he did. He had his normal 3 bolt fail and needed a starter asap and hes been very happy with the one he has now.
Ever since I've had the truck, it has only had a 2-bolt starter even though the bell housing has 3 holes. Hadn't given any thought to having a 3-bolt starter. I hadn't heard of the differences in motor speed. Good to know.
01-16-2020 10:52 AM
guitarnut [quote=welove2drive;16374309]Good luck with it. Hopefully you will get a long life out of the truck now.[/quote @forthehalibut

What was the final bill and what all did you have done?

Anything picture worthy please post.

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01-16-2020 10:19 AM
welove2drive
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Got truck back today finally. A lot of work done on it!
Good luck with it. Hopefully you will get a long life out of the truck now.
01-16-2020 08:45 AM
JustinOOO9
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Originally Posted by SuperCrutyPS View Post
The Primary reason I went there was I needed a starter ASAP + being the weekend, I wasn't going to get one shipped by the time I needed it. The truck is my DD and I needed to get to work Monday.

The old one lasted a bit over 2 years. Don't know if that's good or not. Maybe next time, when I suspect it's going, I should research starters.

Recommendations?
Good friend of mine in Chico just replaced his. Hes closing on the 300k mark soon. There are a 3 bolt and 2 bolt version but for some reason the 2 bolt has a much stronger motor and will noticeably spin the truck over faster. @blue99stroker may be able to chime in with what he did. He had his normal 3 bolt fail and needed a starter asap and hes been very happy with the one he has now.
01-15-2020 07:25 PM
forthehalibut Got truck back today finally. A lot of work done on it!
01-14-2020 12:21 PM
SuperCrutyPS
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I'm curious why you went with autozone, did they carry a quality new starter ? Or you just needed it replaced ASAP.
The Primary reason I went there was I needed a starter ASAP + being the weekend, I wasn't going to get one shipped by the time I needed it. The truck is my DD and I needed to get to work Monday.

The old one lasted a bit over 2 years. Don't know if that's good or not. Maybe next time, when I suspect it's going, I should research starters.

Recommendations?
01-14-2020 07:43 AM
Wood's Powerstroke @superc ruty.
Should be good now for a while.
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