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06-23-01, 07:39 PM   #1  
Thanks folks for the help. I checked all of the wiring and removed all of them and cleaned them and maded sure that they had good contact and good ground. What do you know the engine turned over the first time. I have not actually started it as it is on blocks and I need to adjust the carberator because is was running rough when it stopped ast time it cut. By the way I am thinking of buying a new riding mower and looking at a 42" 16hp Snapper. I cut about 2.5 acres and I was thinking that my wife and together could cut the time in half. Any thoughts on the rear engine Snapper. Cost 2300.00 including tax. Is that a good deal? Thanks again.

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06-23-01, 07:54 PM   #2  
Hello Luggage

Glad you found success with simply cleaning the wire connections. Often times this is the only real problem.

The riding mower your intending to purchase is great!
The price is good!
Best of all, any riding mower the wife wants to drive in order to mower the lawn for you is GREAT!...HAHAHA

Conclusion:
Take her shopping with you!
BUY the one she likes best....regardless of price!...

Regards,
Tom

 
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