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When it is cold out, the pull on this sled is rediculous. It actually hurts my arms. I found a process that aids in starting this machine. If you pull one compression rotation slowly about four times, then pull two compression rotations about four time slowly, then give it the real hard pulls it starts right up without pulling your shoulder joints out of the socket. If the damn starter didn't add so much weight and it didn't cost 5 bills, I would put one in to save me the pain. This sled is AWESOME though. You hit 70 or 80 MPH before you realize it. I can't wait to put it on the lake and see how fast this bad boy can really go. Anyone else know a good trick to start this beast?

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Its just a big engine with big balls. : ) If you really hate it that much you can send it to me! j/k I dont really know. It may loosen up a little if it has little hours on it still. You just be thankful you have snow. i dont have a damn flake here in Southwest Michigan!!!!!!!

Need some darn snow people.

Edited by - SkrPlyr23 on 08 Dec 2001 23:43:08
 

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That was the best way to start my sled last year. Mine almost always started on the second pull (thank god!). Another way is tell someone they can try it, but they have to start it!! How does the sled handle? Mine had very heavy steering, just wondering how yours is.
 
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