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Old 07-15-2012, 01:31 PM
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Have been out of fooling with cars for a while and I am looking at rebuilding a chev starter. I noticed when I tryed to buy some brushes that this not a common thing. This used to be a very common thing. What am I missing?

Thanks for any help, Redryder
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Honestly for the cost of a rebuilt starter w/warranty from a parts store, rebuilding your own is not cost effective anymore. But if you just want to rebuild it, Auto Zone has them.
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Honestly for the cost of a rebuilt starter w/warranty from a parts store, rebuilding your own is not cost effective anymore. But if you just want to rebuild it, Auto Zone has them.
Starter Brush Set | AutoZone.com
Sign of modern times. People don't repair things now. They buy already done. Thats why the rapid demise of private rebuilder/machine shops.
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