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Old 08-21-2012, 07:58 AM   #1
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Default Rc10 gt2 starter box problem

I have a gt2 with pull start but is also set up for bump start. Has blue flywheel and blue fin motor mounts. The starter box is a ofna q world universal starter box. I have all the posts pushed to the side to line up line up with the starter wheel but wheel I go to start it the starter wheel doesn't reach the fly wheel. I can't figure it out.

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I have a gt2 with pull start but is also set up for bump start. Has blue flywheel and blue fin motor mounts. The starter box is a ofna q world universal starter box. I have all the posts pushed to the side to line up line up with the starter wheel but wheel I go to start it the starter wheel doesn't reach the fly wheel. I can't figure it out.

Please help
Sounds like you have the non-pull start flywheel which is smaller so you would need the non-pull start engine mounts.
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