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Old 07-29-2006, 03:35 AM
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Hi ,
Is there someone using TM X5 turbo starter box? I have some problems with the starter wheel. It simply wears very quick. Any idea?
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Old 07-29-2006, 03:42 AM
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yes i do use one. after a running in period of my OS 12 TZ, i was due for replacing the wheel. they are cheap and are sold in Pairs ? maybe because they dont last long ?
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Originally Posted by deepfree_z
Hi ,
Is there someone using TM X5 turbo starter box? I have some problems with the starter wheel. It simply wears very quick. Any idea?
yes i use one as well,
i've had mine for a year or more and need to get a new wheel soon as mine is worn out but still works ok.
i saw that there is a new wheel out that is much more durable and does'nt wear out as easy but do'nt know what the part number is.
does someone know the number and where to get one?
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hi part nr is 111062
ore use this http://shop.the-border.nl/product.ph...5&cat=0&page=1

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If your in the USA we also stock plenty of them. Buggys are especially hard on them. They last forever on the small 12 engines
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If your in the USA we also stock plenty of them. They last forever on the small 12 engines
i live in australia, you know, downunder
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