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09-08-2005 10:44 AM
Bad Rat 414 Make sure you have the correct starter for your flexplate or flywheel. The number of teeth can vary.
09-07-2005 07:48 AM
tnoftsger you don't need 1/8" of shims, you need 1/8" space between the bottom of the ring gear and the top of the starter teeth. You use the shims to adjust that gap to 1/8".......
09-07-2005 07:11 AM
inkrat
High torque mini starter noisey

I installed a high torque mini starter on my 350 and even with about 1/8 inch of shims it still sounds as if it is binding on the fly wheel. This is my first attempt at using a proform 220 should it sound like that or should I continue shimming it?

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