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Bob Harvey

12-19-2013 17:07:02

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Still looking for the method/instructions (how)to install the starter handle return spring for an 'LB'. Merry Christmas !!!!!!!!!!!!~

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12-30-2013 10:22:12

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 Re: Still in reply to Bob Harvey, 12-19-2013 17:07:02  

Hope this helps

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Bob Harvey

12-31-2013 10:59:15

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 Re: Still in reply to huntingreen2day, 12-30-2013 10:22:12  
Helps a LOT. Many thanks. Happy New year !!

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12-22-2013 16:31:30

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 Re: Still in reply to Bob Harvey, 12-19-2013 17:07:02  
I always have to figure that out too. The way it retracts the handle. It goes over the handle and the ends fit in 2 little flat spots on the flywheel. The horse shoe part of the spring goes over the handle on the outside. If you need I could get a picture tomorrow.

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Bob Harvey

12-23-2013 09:11:47

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 Re: Still in reply to huntingreen2day2, 12-22-2013 16:31:30  
Pretty much as I figured, but, a picture would be great. Thanks

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12-20-2013 16:23:33

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 Re: Still in reply to Bob Harvey, 12-19-2013 17:07:02  
I made a long punch to go from the backside of the flywheel and punch the pin out that holds the handle in. Mine was made out of like 5/16 rod and ground on a bench grinder about 1 inch back at a taper with the small end being able to fit in the pin hole and punch the tapered pin out. Install the spring over the handle and then drive your pin back in. It is a tight fit on the backside of the flywheel but you can do it. I have done several.hope this helps.

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Bob Harvey

12-22-2013 08:32:33

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 Re: Still in reply to huntingreen2day, 12-20-2013 16:23:33  
Thanks. The part that has me confused is; which way does the spring go ?

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