I need a starter

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  1. blazinzuk

    blazinzuk Buzzbox voodoo Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Has anyone had good luck with any autoparts stores rebuilt starter. I just tryed to return my Napa starter and they told me that even though it would not engage all the electronics were fine and that it was full of mud and that was my problem not the starters. Now my starter failed while playing in the mud and I had to be pulled through a pit to get me out and while there was mud in the starter there was very little. Any way I need a starter and was wondering which ones have worked the best for everyone else
     
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    I stopped replacing them when I started buying Delco ones at the dealer. Not cheap, but what price dropping the damn things all the time?

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    I'm gonna try a mini starter from summit and see how it goes, for 150 i think its worth a shot... I'll update tomorrow...
     

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