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Those new starters


Has anyone used on of the new PMGR starters on your vintage ride?



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65Camino wrote:

Has anyone used on of the new PMGR starters on your vintage ride?


 All mine have them for dating back to the early 2000's on my Rag, Coupe and '70 2-dr with a 454... even my '70 Estate with the LS4. ((I would get them free off warranty when the wash guys would do an engine wash on a new truck in the dead of winter and they would just go click the next morning because they were frozen ice solid))

On the '65-'68, I've had to add a relay to the starter circuit because when hot, there is too much of a voltage drop to kick in the solenoid. The PMGR's take less voltage for that and don't care they are hot. You will need the shorter starter bolts.

Also saves 50lbs of weight! lol

Whether the number below, both have "LIFETIME" warranty".

They also have the stud for the front bracket but a modification will be required.

 



-- Edited by 67Poncho on Tuesday 27th of July 2021 09:48:43 AM

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What application are they off of ?

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65Camino wrote:

What application are they off of ?


'98 1/2 ton.



-- Edited by 67Poncho on Tuesday 27th of July 2021 09:48:58 AM

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67Poncho wrote:


 All mine have them for dating back to the early 2000's on my Rag, Coupe and '70 2-dr with a 454... even my '70 Estate with the LS4. ((I would get them free off warranty when the wash guys would do an engine wash on a new truck in the dead of winter and they would just go click the next morning because they were frozen ice solid))

 

-- Edited by 67Poncho on Tuesday 27th of July 2021 09:48:43 AM


 Oh man yes, how many of those did we change during the cold winter months!



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Thanks. Ill look for one locally.

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