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The starter gear is worn. can i turn the gear over and use the other side?

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Hello,

No the starter gear is chamfered, so as to allow smoother entry into the ring gear. If you are going through the effort to remove the starter and retainer and spring, why not just replace the 3 dollar gear? Note the possition of the spring before you remove the gear.

Hope this helps, Matt

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