28MT Starter

Recovry4x4

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I have one in my SECM for probably 8-9 years. They require a different support bracket. The brackets are still available, the ones for the 27MT starters are few and far between new.
 

Keith_J

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I wish I could find one..domestic made. They spin faster with less current draw. I have the bracket.
The big benefit is half the weight.
 

Recovry4x4

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I wish I could find one..domestic made. They spin faster with less current draw. I have the bracket.
The big benefit is half the weight.
I know this does you no good but several years back I picked up a CME Arma rebuilt 28MT at the GA Rally for under a hun. It sits patiently waiting for the china copy to give up the smoke but it just keeps working.
 

ssdvc

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For the starter, there are several different part numbers. Is this the correct unit part number for the 6.2? 21580DR Starter- Delco 28MT
 

LT67

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The 28MT on my 85 M1008 does not turn over the engine as fast as the old 27MT. However it still starts like it's supposed to...
 

Keith_J

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I have one on order..back order. But with employee discount, under $100. Anyone have experience with DB Electrical?
 
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