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Old Nov 03, 2015, 06:42 PM
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I paid $89 for a starter that would relieve some of my efforts to start the myriad of engines I have..... gas and glow, two and four stroke...

So as not to confuse the issue of whose engine doesn't need a starter,I treat them all equally.
I either turn the ignition switch 'on', or apply the glow starter battery, and bump the spinner with the starter.....and awaaaaay we go !

Neat little inventions, these starters.....
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Old Nov 04, 2015, 10:37 AM
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Yes , very handy . Nice to know they aren't universally mandatory .
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