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McC-Deering LB

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Bob Harvey

08-19-2012 16:02:34

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Just an update. Haven't had much time to phart around with my 'toy'. I've done a few minor things (new plug & wire, cleaned gas tank, cleaned exterior of gunk)and bought some stuff from 'Hit-N-Miss' (tank lid, muffler, handle return spring and decals). Anyhoo, gave it a whirl today - started on 2nd pull! Kool.

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08-25-2012 22:42:16

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 Re: McC-Deering LB in reply to Bob Harvey, 08-19-2012 16:02:34  
Once you get the thing running properly don't touch the carb setting again. A man told me at a show one time his dad always said those engines were the only ones he ever saw that there could be nothing wrong with them and they would not start. I have had 3 and still have 2 and can agree with that statement. when you cut it off kill the ignition instead of cutting the fuel off. They are good dependable engines but once in awhile can be a PIA.

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Bob Harvey

08-26-2012 11:22:51

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 Re: McC-Deering LB in reply to huntingreen2day, 08-25-2012 22:42:16  
This thing does't have a kill switch/button. The manual says to turn off the fuel. Suggestions? It has always worked with shutting off the fuel and started with 1 turn open, then fine tune. Might have simply flooded it - we'll see. Thanks.

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09-12-2012 10:50:49

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 Re: McC-Deering LB in reply to Bob Harvey, 08-26-2012 11:22:51  
Should be a little nut type thing on back of mag, that is where you would hook a kill switch.

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Bob Harvey

08-20-2012 15:20:42

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 Re: McC-Deering LB in reply to Bob Harvey, 08-19-2012 16:02:34  
Well, that theory went south. Tried starting today --NOPE ! Dag Nab it !!

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