Originally Posted by JCLawn and more
And if you get good you can move the choke up before it dies and not have to start it again.
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LOL I was refering to your employees. Sorry if you thought I meant you. That's true enough though. I can do that with my 90 because it stays running with the choke on long enough for me to take it off, but it's a bit trickier with the Husky due to where the choke lever is, with the little protrusion over it and the direction I have to move it. Could just be that I've whacked my fingers one too many times with my hammer too.