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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
MY GUESS IS
1.THE STARTER GEAR TEETH MAY BE STRIPED.ON A BIKE THIS SIZE IT WOULD BE MY FIRST GUESS.
2.LAST TIME YOU RODE IT DID THE CLUTCH PULL GOOD NO SLIPPING?
3. BROKEN KICK STARTER RACHET GEAR SPRING.THIS IS NOT THE KICK STARTER RETURN SPRING NOW IT IS A LITTLE DIFFERANT.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Have you tried the husky yet? Yes -, it's a good deal. One hill climb should be enough! Make sure to tape the launch for posterity... P.S.- Huskys like to play in CO., WY., and any other tall places- ED
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
SOURCE: Describe your how to kick
Ease the kick start lever just past TDC (top dead center) compression. This puts the piston on the downward power stroke. Twist the throttle one time. Now kick it over. Don't twist the gas with every subsequent kick. A power valve squirts gas with each twist and can flood the engine really quick. A fresh spark plug, clean air filter and good battery will also help. Drain the carb to be sure no water has gotten into it.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
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