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Old 10-06-2012, 09:20 PM   #7
mkuszek OP
Joined: Oct 2009
Location: Tewksbury Ma.
Oddometer: 22
I have a tender for the winter. I don't think oil viscosity is my problem at 70 degrees in New England now but it is a thought for the colder season coming.
Maybe it supposed to start like the sound of my lawn tractor - slow. I was wondering that.
The batteries I looked at on Ebay were all over a $100.00. I thought that was a lot.
I will look into a Die Hard at Sears.
I just don't want to get stuck somewhere and not be able to start.
What should I do if it won't start and I am far from home. Can it be safely jump started? How?
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