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Old 04-18-2013, 05:12 PM
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I guess ill take another run at the electrical issues just about all of the above has been replaced I do have a cheap autozone lifetime starter in it so thats possibly the issue. as for low hours I know the 85 we had was around 1500hrs and ran like a top
Starter motors need to be marine listed that auto zone unit is just waiting to go boom, uscg regulations...
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Starter motors need to be marine listed that auto zone unit is just waiting to go boom, uscg regulations...
100% truth your family is worth it get a marine starter.

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