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    I try to ALWAYS buy OEM starters Lots less problems
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    Time's are tough right now and I'm trying to do what I can to get this running right. I can always replace it down the line if necessary. Besides, I've gotten a few starters, and other rebuilt electrical parts, from Clark's Auto and never had a problem. It's a local place that's been there for 35+ years. Very reputable, quality parts, like I said, never had a problem with anything from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudduck3 View Post
    Time's are tough right now and I'm trying to do what I can to get this running right. I can always replace it down the line if necessary. Besides, I've gotten a few starters, and other rebuilt electrical parts, from Clark's Auto and never had a problem. It's a local place that's been there for 35+ years. Very reputable, quality parts, like I said, never had a problem with anything from there.
    Hey, I'm not being critical. Just commenting on the fact that $23 is not much for a component part, even rebuilt. The units from AutoZone here are $99 remanufactured or $120 new for a SBF, integral solenoid.
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    I know Roger, no worries. I whole heartedly believe in "You get what you pay for". That's why I'm usually broke!! Ha Ha!! We'll see how it goes with this one. I'd be lying if said I wasn't a bit sceptical.

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