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Starter removal?

I've drained the oil disconnected the battery undid the positive cable from starter and removed both bolts but can't get it out is there anymore bolts to remove other than the two by the cable or is there a trick to getting it out? Thanks again you guys are lifesavers!!!!
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I've drained the oil disconnected the battery undid the positive cable from starter and removed both bolts but can't get it out is there anymore bolts to remove other than the two by the cable or is there a trick to getting it out? Thanks again you guys are lifesavers!!!!
Rubber mallet or wooden hammer. Tap the top left of the motor and push the motor down and to the left. Keep taping it and tilting it to the left.

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Thanks I was afraid of breaking the bolt hole off the starter
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You can also use a screwdriver between the crankcase and the starter and pry gently it'll pop out
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yep just pry that sucka off

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I didn't have that much trouble when I rebuilt mine. It is a pretty snug fit with the o-ring on there.
it should come straight out. I wouldn't angle it too much.
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