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Starter need to replace starter but after getting it loose i can't get it out

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If you got it unbolted all you need to do is disconnect the little support rod running from the bell housing to the front of the motor,pull that out of your way the best you can,then turn your starter vertically and wrestle it out between the lower pipe and cross member.its not going to be easy just dont give up!!!

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