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Dale in IN
Yep, arm fell off. I did get a set of Autolite 295's and tried to get copper core wire, but could not find any except those that are a pain with the cheap ends. May end up buyin a set. Did get her started today though. It was funny. I cranked and cranked. New plugs, checked spark, and looks like I have a fuel problem also. I gave up and took off the gas tank to do some sanding and cleaning. I thought now the ole girl will start. With a couple of good tugs I got a pop pop. Then she started. Put the tank back on and took her for a spin down the road. Will continue to update if'n yall want.
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