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8200433 Delco, you may have to "clock" the starter, that is, rotate the housing from the nosepiece by removing bolts and rotating to fit your application/match the old starter, then test fitting, then tightening all the bolts.  But the gear reduction starter is 30 pounds, compared to over 50 for a direct drive, so much easier to handle. It takes a 12point, 12mm socket if you have the funny bolts. And a bunch of extensions and wobbles to get the old one off. New one goes on easier.

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