Everyday Low Price: $291.99
Gold Club Price: What's This? $262.79
J&P Part: 382-291
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This product was proudly made in the USA
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EL Rancho LOCO Posted:
The starter works very good. Turns over my old shovel head just fine. It arrived at my door early and boxed very well.
this starter made my bike easy to start.
Man works & fits great & cranks the 95ci fine
Big 13 Posted:
Starts great, light weight. Highly recommend.
this is best replacement for the hiatchi
It's a great product. Would be nice to see in the footnotes that it doesn't require the thru bolts.
Awesome starter... the name really says it... no more kicking for this guy!
Great, This Starter lives up to it's name.
Awesome starter, I'd recomend changing cables while you're at it.
I recently purchased the All Balls starter for my 1975 stroked FLH (replaced original Hitachi Type starter 382-291). What a difference this starter has made especially after the motor is hot and under a lot of crank pressure. I was so impressed I even contacted the the All Balls company and expressed my cudos to them. If anyone has a stroked motor and needs the extra umph to crank the engine over, this is definitely the only way to go. I'll never have to guess if the engine is going to crank over. Thanks again J&P!
New starter was easy to install and improved starting.
This is the best thing for a hard starting bike. Put it in a '76 sporty, stock bottom, rebuilt top 10 over. Had to switch to a Road King battery, but it needs 300 amps to work right. The only drawback is you must have a new mount. The old mount will not work due to the threads on the new one. They are not the same as the old one, there smaller, but bolts right up and my Sporty has never started easier. Don't forget about new cables to handle the load.
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