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4/20/2021 6:16 PM  #1


PGM Mini starter for 66 289 5 speed 157 tooth flywheel for T5

having issues getting a correct PGM Mini starter for my 66 269 manual with 5 speed T5 ORIG 4 Spd bellhousing clutch and flywheel
does anyone know what year fox body mini starter or any starter that will fit my car, parts sources here in canada get lost soon as i mention 65 mustang and it all falls apart from there
ordering state side isn't an option right now with customs and brokerage charges
part # make etc would help

 

4/22/2021 7:49 AM  #2


Re: PGM Mini starter for 66 289 5 speed 157 tooth flywheel for T5

 

5/03/2021 7:57 AM  #3


Re: PGM Mini starter for 66 289 5 speed 157 tooth flywheel for T5

Just an FYI, while I'm not sure what the fitment problem is with your mini-starter, I have the stock starter with my T-5, but have the T-5 bellhousing and flywheel.  I had to use a starter for an automatic as the 'manual' starter wouldn't engage the flywheel properly, just catching a small portion of the flywheel teeth.  The automatic starter nose is longer (I think by 3/4") and works just fine.
Also, your question will get a wider audience on the 'forum'.


65 Fastback, 351W, 5-speed, 4 wheel discs, 9" rear,  R&C Front End.
 

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