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Mail From: Douglas Morris <(email redacted)>

Geeze! A new '74 TR-6 starter relay is $90!
Anybody have a recommendation for a reasonably priced aftermarket make/model
that's plug'n play?

Doug Morris, NC
'74 TR-6 CF-18xx-OU
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Mail From: "Vance Navarrette" <(email redacted)>

Doug:

Go to an automotive electric rebuilder - look in the yellow
pages.

I got my entire starter rebuilt - brushes, bushings, solenoid
for $130.

Vance

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Subject: [6pack] Starter Relay Alternatives


Geeze! A new '74 TR-6 starter relay is $90!
Anybody have a recommendation for a reasonably priced aftermarket
make/model
that's plug'n play?

Doug Morris, NC
'74 TR-6 CF-18xx-OU
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