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Old 10-12-2012, 02:45 PM   #3
TcRulz
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Location: Home of all things fridgid - Bathurst.
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You could take the air cleaner cover off and pour a cap full of fuel in the rear carb throat and see if it fires on that or might be safer to pull the rear coil stick and stick another known good spark plug in it (making sure its earthed) and see if it sparks. Has to be fuel, spark or compression all working at the right time. Good luck.
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