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Offline olev

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Starting problems
« on: 01.05. 2009 12:16 »
Damn thing just won't start.
Have I lleft something off.
Maybe its swine fever??
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Re: Starting problems
« Reply #1 on: 01.05. 2009 12:28 »
No problem. I think it just needs another shot from your can of Nulon "Start Ya' Bastard".  ;) *smile* ;) (Mr. Moderator, that's the actual name of the product.)

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Re: Starting problems
« Reply #2 on: 01.05. 2009 13:31 »
Had to look it up, funny name, their website is http://www.startyabastard.com ! Olev, you just empty a couple of SYB cans into the cylinders, refit the plugs, then hit the top with the hammers till it starts. Easy. *lol*

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Re: Starting problems
« Reply #3 on: 04.05. 2009 21:16 »
I dont know about the starting problem
and Im no expert but Ive checked all resources
I could be wrong but I think thats the wrong shade of black paint on the frame *conf*

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Re: Starting problems
« Reply #4 on: 04.05. 2009 23:55 »
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Maybe its swine fever??

Check that it's not come out in a 'Rasher' *lol*
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