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    Tb42 carby starter

    Gday,

    Starter motor is playing up on my shorty, Tb42 carby.

    Contact cleaner hasn’t helped, but hitting solenoid with a spanner is working... planning on removing and inspecting / re-conditioning the wiring at end of he month before a big trip, but was thinking I’ll get a spare in case it doesn’t come good and then I can just swap.

    I see a big difference in price between OEM and aftermarket starters for GQs.

    Can anyone recommend if there is a good aftermarket replacement?

    Also noticed there is 1 with an open ended gear and another with a cover, assume I need the open ended gear variant (240$)

    Some screenshots of what I’ve seen are below:





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    Sounds like yours is full or corrosion - or moisture/mud.
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    I rebuilt my one, came up good then the solenoid started playing up bout a year later. Price for new solenoid was up there from memory so replaced it with a new genuine Hitachi one which i know i can reley on for a long time to come. Patrolapart did say the aftermarket ones they sell are still totally up to the job tho as there is a reasonable price difference. Personal choice but for me something as important as a starter and doing solo remote stuff more than happy to pay extra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossco View Post
    I rebuilt my one, came up good then the solenoid started playing up bout a year later. Price for new solenoid was up there from memory so replaced it with a new genuine Hitachi one which i know i can reley on for a long time to come. Patrolapart did say the aftermarket ones they sell are still totally up to the job tho as there is a reasonable price difference. Personal choice but for me something as important as a starter and doing solo remote stuff more than happy to pay extra.

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    Thanks for the advice. I ended up getting an OEM replacement and is working well


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