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One last time

Started the gals up one last time before storage


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Do you take turns taking them for a walk when it snows.
You wouldn't want one to get jealous.

Starts easier when you open the gas valve, huh?

I hate shoveling SNOW!
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LOL! Yes, turning on the gas does help. I do the rotation to keep them all happy.

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its a stupid thing i forget all of the time. for some strange reason power equipment seems to run better when you have gas in the tanks!
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its a stupid thing i forget all of the time. for some strange reason power equipment seems to run better when you have gas in the tanks!
And the spark plug wire attached.

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9 pulls before I smartened up. you won't see that too often on youtube.

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9 pulls before I smartened up. you won't see that too often on youtube.

I would be kicking it and cussing it out after the third pull.
XXX rated youtube.

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Hi Ken,
Give my regards to the "family." I am still "caring" for mine. MH
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Started the gals up one last time before storage.
Very nice! Do you have at least two sons to run the other machines ?
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