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Never too old to learn
« on: 14.08. 2011 02:06 »
G'day all,
            a saying I believe is true. A few weeks ago I was corrected when I thought the kick start cotter was around the wrong way. Well I was playing around in the man cave and remembered. So off came both A's kickers and cotters reversed. Now for the first time in 28 years I can open the plungers tool box without interference of the kicker. *problem* *red* *red* *yeah*.
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Re: Never too old to learn
« Reply #1 on: 14.08. 2011 09:04 »
I'm guilty of that one too Musky but only for a few months then I twigged (doesn't actually cause a problem on the S/A)

I've had a light come on so many times the switch is wearing out  *doh*
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Re: Never too old to learn
« Reply #2 on: 15.08. 2011 12:34 »
 *eek*
Does that mean the tool box lid shouldn't rest on the kickstart with only enough gap to squeeze the tools in?
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Re: Never too old to learn
« Reply #3 on: 15.08. 2011 13:13 »
Good to see I'm not alone.
Looks a lot neater with the nut under.
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