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4.3 starter ??

I am doing a 2000 4.3 v-6 vortec swap into my toyota, I am using the stock toy R151 tranny, I have searched and found different starters that people have used with the swap, but they didn't specify how many teeth the flywheel was, I am runnig 153 tooth flywheel.
I am trying to find what starter I need, I dont want to run a mean green or a expensive mini starter, I am looking for a stock chevy starter that I can get from napa.
 

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yes. thats why myself and others use the mini style starter. but since you stated you wanted a big one i figured you were gonna just build around the starter. seems easyer to use a small starter than fab custom headers but to each his own.
 

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i bought summits mini starter. it has the ability to be clocked in a few positions. with out that feature i would have not been able to get my sanderson headers to fit.

i have seen people build very trick custom headers to route around stuff and just figured you wanted a stock starter so if it went out you could get one at a auto parts store which is a good idea. however building he headers is a big task for most.
 

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Just use your stock starter that came with the '00 Vortec. It is a gear reduction starter from the factory and will not cause any clearance issues.

My '98 Vortec 4.3 mini starter fits perfectly fine in my '84 Extra cab converstion.
 

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Chad said:
Just use your stock starter that came with the '00 Vortec. It is a gear reduction starter from the factory and will not cause any clearance issues.

My '98 Vortec 4.3 mini starter fits perfectly fine in my '84 Extra cab converstion.
he wants a full size starter as stated in his post
 

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You're right. I took it as he didn't want to pay $300 for an aftermarket mini hi torque starter. I'm not sure what the price is for the factory gear reduction one is either.

I know I can buy a brand new aftermarket mini hi torque gear reduction starter for $149 at my local starter & alternator shop.
 
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