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Old 02-15-2003, 09:35 PM   #1
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I have a XXX-NT. The starter cord broke, and I wondered if I could use a starter box on the motor I have and just leave the pull-starter thing on there. Anny suggestions?
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Woops, that was supposed to be "New Starter Suggestions"
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can someone please help me with this?
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omnifire;

You should be able to just slap it on a starter box and go. The only time things are a problem if there is no flywheel access from the bottom of the chassis (T-Maxx, Etc.).
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yeah, there is flywheel access on the bottom; thanks alot for the tip
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