Nailhead GS starter removal

Discussion in ''Da Nailhead' started by tburgeson, May 9, 2017.

  1. tburgeson

    tburgeson Roadmaster

    I just installed a 425 in my '64 Skylark with all GS parts. I had some starting issues and gaining access to the starter required loosening of the exhaust manifold. I solved the problem but my question now is what to do if either the starter or manifold actually would have to be removed. It looks impossible and the factory manuals don't say anything about it. Suggestions?
     
  2. gs66

    gs66 Well-Known Member

    Best bet is to install one of the high torque mini starters, saves a lot of time down the road and they work great too.
     
  3. tburgeson

    tburgeson Roadmaster

    That's the idea. I just found an old post that explained the process. Most responses said to pull the motor mount bolt and the exhaust manifold bolts and jack up the engine. I was afraid of that but at least I know. Thanks.
     
  4. telriv

    telriv Well-Known Member

    I am the originator of the "Mini's" & have them in stock.


    Tom T.
     
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  5. John Codman

    John Codman Platinum Level Contributor

    And I bought one from Tom. It works great, and I don't get anything from Tom for giving his starters a plug. FWIW: In my case clearance wasn't an issue - I could have used a stock starter, but the mini saves a lot of weight and works fantastically.
     
  6. john m

    john m Well-Known Member

    how much for mini for 1966 401
     
  7. telriv

    telriv Well-Known Member

    $319.00 + shipping. Will fit in a medium Flat Rate box. In stock & guaranteed to fit & work properly unlike others.


    Tom T.
     
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