So my Chero's been sitting since last Spring due to a bad starter, so I decided to install a gear reduction starter from a '93 5.8L truck, along with the cabling from a '96 4.0L Exploder. No pics yet, as holding the old starter was a two-hander and I didn't have any more light than the Sun. So getting the old one out was an exercise in Chinese puzzle solving; I turned the steering full left, then spent 5 minutes trying to work it out between the draglink and the frame. Then I picked up the new starter (which nearly floated away, due to its light weight) and it just popped right in. The old bolts are too short to use with this starter, so make sure you snag the two bolts that come off the donor vehicle. I installed the two cables from the Exploder harness, and luckily the positive cable was barely long enough to reach the battery. Now, since I'm using a group 65 battery, the posts are reversed, and therefore the cable reaches. So I tested the starter and it cranks the engine. I'll get to the wiring changes later.