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01-13-2012 09:27 AM
kuabay Da kine Jeep guy was Rick at Mackey's 76 station. A certified Jeep mechanic with a lot of knowledge.
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10-30-2011 02:50 PM
kuabay
New Member from the North Shore of Chicago, not West Hawaii, anymore.

Hi, I'm new to this forum. I decided to join to solve issues with flywheel and starter on the '87 Wrangler. My Jeep munches starters. My brother-in-law swears it's due to poor quality, rebuilt starters. I think the reason is related to the fly wheel. When I lived in Kona, I had 'Da Kine' Jeep machanic tell me so. I don't work on it myself. I'm looking for a solution before I get another starter. Any sure-thing ideas about how to fix this out there?

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