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Old lady does not have the power in arms to start the lawn mower,

I can't seem to find the strengh to start the lawn mower, chain saw, weed eater, and all the pull starts I have now. Not an option to buy new and we just moved to a farm in Wy. Are there conversion kits available? Any help is appreciated. Thanks

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Unfortunately, there are no conversion kits available. At best you will have to find a handy person to make something for you.

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