Mean Green Gear Reduction Starter 7215
1989-1993 Dodge 5.9L Cummins
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Mean Green Gear Reduction Starter is the answer to all of your starter
problems. The Mean Green Starter provides 100% more torque than an
overweight stock starter. With a 4.4 to 1 gear reduction, roller bearing
support, and an integrated solenoid, the Mean Green Starter can crank
any engine no matter how high its static compression.
Mean Green Starter's 3" tool steel driveshaft is supported at both ends
by bearings. The stainless steel pinion shaft is externally splined to
mate with the larger diameter, internally splined driveshaft. Even the
armature in the high-speed motor is supported at each end with bearings.
All totaled, there are five bearings in the motor and gear assembly.
That's one reason we include a 2-year Warranty at no charge on every
starter, (Commercial and Racing applications carry a 1-year warranty).
Another is the heat resistant, integrated solenoid which continues to
operate even at extreme temperatures.
- Superior Design
- Easy Installation
- 1/3 Smaller Than Stock
- 100% More Cranking Power
- 300,000 Mile Life Expectancy
- No More Hot Start Problems
- 2 Year Unconditional Guarantee
- No Core Required
Starter's are compact in design to provide additional oil pan and header
clearance. The starters for Ford and AMC/Jeep applications can be
rotated in 20' increments to allow for better header clearance. The GM
starters have dual bolt patterns for both the 12 3/4" (153 tooth) and
14" (168 tooth) flywheels.
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Mean Green a Waste of Money
9/28/2014 8:23 PM
This starter was a total waste of money. It is advertised as 2/3 the size of a stock starter and has 100% more cranking power.
This starter is the exact same size as a stock starter and does not have anywhere near "100% more cranking power". If I had to put a number on it I would say it has around 15% more cranking power then what was already in the truck. If you want to spend an extra $200 on a very slightly more powerful starter I guess it would work out for you then.