> Actually, on my 59 TR3A with the early stock starter motor and stock
> exhaust, I have to take the downpipe (aka headpipe) loose from the exhaust
> manifold to get the starter out. I pull the pipe down off the studs, and
> pry it over to one side, which just barely leaves room to wiggle the
> out the bottom. Another option might be to remove a carb and take it out
> the top, but IMO the exhaust is easier to get out of the way.
> But I agree, it would make more sense for Jesse to tell us what he's
> on <g>
That's very interesting. On my 3A I'm able to get the starter out without
removing or loosening anything else. I have to back it out and tip it down
so it's vertical, but then I can lift it out the top. I wonder if I have a
non-stock manifold? It looks rusty enough to be original.
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