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Post  jsesere Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:33 pm

There rarely seems to be any talk about repairing things like the pull starts on Cox Buggies engines, assembly of wheels and tires etc. If someone could make some YouTube style video's of the process's with tricks and tips wouldn't that be useful.
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Post  happydad Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:28 pm

jsesere wrote:There rarely seems to be any talk about repairing things like the pull starts on Cox Buggies engines, assembly of wheels and tires etc. If someone could make some YouTube style video's of the process's with tricks and tips wouldn't that be useful.
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o.k. I'll do a write up if and when I get the pull start cable/cord and whatever else I need for the Sandblaster 190-9 engine. I'll have to take a picture of the .pdf file to post the engine breakdown, because I still don't know how to post .pdf files.

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Post  Jason_WI Thu Feb 04, 2016 11:45 pm

Like playing with a set mouse trap. The spring winding is the hardest part. Wear safety glasses. There are 2 different kinds of starter mechanisms. One uses a ratchet paw and the other uses small discs that wedge tight.
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