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post #31 of 39 (permalink) Old Aug 6th, 19, 10:57 PM
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Have any suggestions? I just want to get the right one. Going to look this weekend and determine if I have 153 or 168.


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yeah I do its a PMGR starter.Take some time to check this one out,you can order it through Walmart or RareElectrical or maybe Ebay .

https://www.walmart.com/ip/NEW-MINI-...PWSMT&athieid=

I also included this starter (10461445) in one of my earlier posts. The one shown is for the smaller 153 tooth flywheel,high torque and should fit your 327.Email Rareelectrical about your needs.
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Re: High Torque Mini Starter

DwadeCham,


I started this thread with my nightmare aftermarket starter issues some weeks ago. It was mentioned in a previous comment.
https://www.chevelles.com/forums/18-...some-help.html


I was convinced by many on the forum to buy a remanned Delco/Remy PMGR starter. I did, and it solved all my issues.

This is starter I purchased through eBay:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Starter...72.m2749.l2649

Comes with a 1 year warranty.

The shims that come with this starter are for the staggered hole starters (BBC), so they are useless. You may need to purchase some straight hole shims, local parts stores will have them for a few bucks.


It comes with very poorly machined knurled bolts. I used ARP knurled bolts instead, they were nice and tight for location. Buy once, cry once:
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/arp-430-3515


The starter bolted right up to my 1st gen 350, cleared my long tube hookers, and engaged great with my 153T RAM flywheel.
Turns over PERFECT. Really quietly too!! And didn't require any shimming!!

I daily driver my 68 El Camino. 15k+ miles a year. Probably put about 400-500 starts on it since I purchased it in late June. Drove it a couple hundred miles in 108* weather the past couple weekends. Not one hiccup!



I will never purchase another aftermarket starter again! NEVER!

Thanks again to the great members here at chevelles.com for the help!
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Go to AutoZone get the duralast peak performer. Lifetime guarantee.it only has the one wire for the solenoid so make sure you have electronic ignition.
Make sure you put a new flexplate in or you're going to keep having problems
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Re: High Torque Mini Starter

i ran a couple of diffrent brands on my big block, the problem i had was starter getting hot and would'nt crank until it cooled down, went with hitachi mini starter and have'nt had a problem since, its a hitachi brand not just hitachi style... did run some "hitachi style" but don't remember what brand and had this problem with them.....

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Re: High Torque Mini Starter

Ok. Got under the car today. Wanted to get some rear end codes and starter info. Here is the starter info and pics.

The pet number is: 1108368 delco Remy. Is that enough to determine the teeth? I have searched online and donít find a definitive answer but I feel like itís 153.

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Re: High Torque Mini Starter

That starter only fits on a 153, so you're correct.
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Re: High Torque Mini Starter

http://www.walmart.com/ip/NEW-SBC-BB...HEEL/151318452

Ordered this today.


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Re: High Torque Mini Starter

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http://www.walmart.com/ip/NEW-SBC-BB...HEEL/151318452

Ordered this today.


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The price is right !!!
Probably just as good as anything else out there.
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Re: High Torque Mini Starter

So I am installing this thing soon. I have never done one. Any tips?

I keep seeing stuff about checking the spacing with a paper clip but am I just looking for clearance?


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