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I inherited the .15's and .35 Stunt... The .29 Stunt; I bought; back in 1993, from "Dave Savadyga" who once owned a hobby shop (1970's) in Franklin, Ma (my hometown). Dave closed the shop and moved to Wrentham, MA and years later (1993) I went to visit him. He sold me the Fox plugs, "Perfect Parts" wedge tanks, wheels, bellcranks and misc. hdwe. @ 1970's prices! He took out a paper bag with the Fox .29 in it... and said; "it's seized...and the needle's broken off... give me $5 and it's yours"... I took the engine home, and soaked it in solvent for a week, which revealed; it was merely "castor seized". It has great compression! I got a replacement needle from Lou Peters; who had a shop in Central Falls, RI. which he only opened on Thursdays for a few hrs. (Lou also sold me some .004" 2-35' "Pylon Brand" lines for $2.85)...I've actually never started the .29, in the 20 years that I've had it.
20yrs is too long! Fire it up.
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