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Subject: Re: Replacing a starter motor - any help/advice?

Jan Price
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Date Posted: 22:02:18 14/12/2007 Fri
In reply to: Jan & Haydn Price 's message, "Replacing a starter motor - any help/advice?" on 22:55:20 10/12/2007 Mon

Hi Steve/Ian,

Thanks for the responses and for volunteering to be my knight in shining armour! Ian - I have book marked the web site, I think there are some very valid points there, and a very usefull little site.
Steve, this sounds very close to what we have - but...(there is always one of those with boats!)...there does not appear to be enough room to pass the shaft/pinion or spring thing back through the engine housing. I think when we next go over I will take some picture so you can see what I am referring to.

Thanks once again for responding - I will be back online again as soon as we have pictures.
>Very best regards
>Jan & Haydn (Grt Ouse)
>Tarka Dal

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