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The new starter came yesterday and went in before the Fed Ex truck got down the block. As Steve had told me, the starter motor can be rotated in the mounting block, but the solenoid was in the best position the way it came so we didn't mess with it. It's a Tuff Stuff 6550B Summit# TFF-6550B.


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Originally posted by Danny Z:
The new starter came yesterday and went in before the Fed Ex truck got down the block. As Steve had told me, the starter motor can be rotated in the mounting block, but the solenoid was in the best position the way it came so we didn't mess with it. It's a Tuff Stuff 6550B Summit# TFF-6550B.


That's the same unit I have in nose, works well! Thank you SteveVW…….


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Originally posted by Danny Z:
The new starter came yesterday and went in before the Fed Ex truck got down the block. As Steve had told me, the starter motor can be rotated in the mounting block, but the solenoid was in the best position the way it came so we didn't mess with it. It's a Tuff Stuff 6550B Summit# TFF-6550B.


Here is the discussion when I installed one in the Regal. It is still going strong.

http://www.barthmobile.com/eve...033959187#1033959187


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