RE: [GFS] Starter removal.
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RE: [GFS] Starter removal.



I can't help you on your question, but I was wondering if you happened
to have a spare set of 350 exhaust manifolds you'd like to sell... ?

-Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: ArthurWLinden@xxxxxxx [mailto:ArthurWLinden@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Sunday, September 15, 2002 4:14 PM
To: GoldenFin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [GFS] Starter removal.


Guys,

Am I missing something?  I decided that it would be a good idea to
rebuild 
the starter on my 58 350.  After unbolting it I found I could not fully 
remove it from the bellhousing because of interference with the exhaust
pipe. 
 Now I did have custom made pipes installed a few years ago, and
obviously 
neither I nor the shop thought about starter removal clearance.    But
after 
looking at it, I'm not sure how the factory pipe would have been routed
to 
provide the proper clearance.  The service manual has no strange
instructions 
like unbolting the exhaust pipe.  How was it done on factory correct
cars?

Art Linden


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