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Old 12-22-2016, 11:47:14 PM
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Hi today i went for a ride at a friends house is father die 4 mount a go I ad in is garage a Wisconsin thd twin cylinder i would like to turn that engin to see if ther is spark on plug to know if the mag is good but there is not crank at all no starter how dos engine was starded





and 50$ is that a good deal ?




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You took it home right? $50 is a deal.
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That round ring or disc or what ever you want to call it on the pulley end is the way you crank that sucker. Looks like a motor that was on a New Holland something or other. Kind of like the flywheel start on old John Deere. Good luck. Keep us up to date on your progress.
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No it still at my friend house i was wondering if IL be able to get parts of all kind to fix-it and all that is I did'n buy it yet .

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Yes parts are out there. I'm tearing down my THD now for a rebuild.
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For $50 you should go right over and get it before they change their mind or find a different person.

Even if the block was cracked you could sell the good parts and not only get your $ back, you would make someone happy that needed a part.

Sorry, have no idea how to start it.
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