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Old 08-13-2009, 12:42 PM
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I like the Kawi for the bigger gas tank and more power, but Honda engines are quieter and I hear last a bit longer, but I use mine solo so I just like mine as it is.
I have a small Kawasaki on a Snapper mower. I have to prime it with gas everytime I want to start it. It's also really hard to pull. Bear in mind I'm used to pull starting engines. My hardest to pull is this Kawasaki followed by my 8 HP Briggs on my Brinley Yard Vac. The Briggs has a big chipper flywheel on it and it's easier to pull than the Kawi. My Honda is almost a 2 finger pull start.
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Old 08-13-2009, 12:51 PM
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I have alot of postage stamp yards that look much better mowed with a 21" than the 36"

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