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Old 11-02-2013, 01:39 PM
Grant11 Grant11 is offline
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I would start out by making sure the dipstick has oil and only oil in it, then put a socket wrench on the crank and make sure the motor is free. Those two things will give you a good idea if its able to run again. If both of those look good I'd change the oil, clean out carburetor, make sure fuel lines are flowing good, throw the battery on a charger and see what she does...
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