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Discussion in 'Engine Topic' started by zylow1980, Dec 30, 2017.
I'm not saying it couldn't be a R but it sure doesn't look like one to me.
If you want the starter to fit you're going to have to fix the block plate. Or get one of those silly looking mini starters.
The 6449 starter will fit as mentioned a few post back. Here is the cheapest one I have found. https://www.ebay.com/itm/LUCAS-Star...ash=item283979e502:g:~3oAAOSw~jNZeFyb&vxp=mtr
It would appear to me judging from the picture the OP provided that he has the 153 tooth flywheel in that setup , the 168 tooth would fill out the bell housing more I would think .
Hard to tell without actually counting teeth , but :
If you have a 168 tooth flywheel/flexplate the aforementioned 6449 Lester # , NAPA # 4N5110 is the new style GM gear reduction starter , a Lester # 3510 will work in this case also , NAPA # 4N4795
If you have the 153 tooth flywheel / flexplate , Lester # 3838 , NAPA # 4N5003 should fit the bill , it is a straight across bolt pattern for 153 tooth setups .
FYI , The 153 tooth plate will measure 12-7/8" ish whereas the 168 tooth setup will be at 14" .
Good luck with your project.
A 3510 won't fit the nose in that hole, he would need a 3689 cast iron 4 speed starter. I don't know what flywheel he has but he did say he thought he had a 11" clutch that would use a 168 tooth flywheel.
True , but it just doesn't seem large enough for a 168 tooth flywheel .... No ?
Damn , its been a long time since I have had anyone ask about nor use a 3689 , still have a couple hiding away . Probably never use them again .
I agree, it could be a 153. He could use a 6470 that is the same starter as the 6449 but for the 153 tooth flywheel.