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Starter assy needed !!!

I need a starter assy rush !

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Starter Assembly

Need one like this, might be rough to pull on...
Starter clutch assembly or complete starter/armature etc.?
In all seriousness http://www.dbelectrical.com usually have the best prices around on starter parts and are fast...
Also Starter clutch assembly:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Starter-...-/320716326293
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I need a stater motor, the armature is shot. Wish it had A pull start at least...

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http://www.dbelectrical.com
If you call them or email they will most likely get you the best deals. My friends and I always use them for electrical components.
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I need a stater motor, the armature is shot. Wish it had A pull start at least...
Will it not push start?

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Yeah but I need a partner all the time!

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Yeah but I need a partner all the time!
Yea I know or a big hill, but at least didn't leave you stranded.. Hope you find your part soon.

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Service honda have one!!!!220,00$ best price out there!!!!

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169 on ebay for a new starter. anyone fine a kit to rebuild it yourself? I do it on my truck all the time and saves a ton of $$$


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Starters on quads are a PITA to rebuild, because they are so small. And the damn magnets always shift. My cousin bought one from an electrical shop, same part number and stuff but an off brand one for his Suzuki, lasted 4 races and went. I pulled it apart and it was clogged with water and mud. All in all, he saved $100 from buying an OEM one. He got another one, and same thing happened after 3 months. So now he has an OEM one, and it's lasted 5 months and going strong.

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