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Just learning to restore and maintain Toro/Suzuki ccr 2000 engines
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Wait until you need an ignition coil.....$200
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Wait until you need an ignition coil.....$200
Who pays retail? Get a couple of old turds for next to nothing and grab the coils out of them.

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Just learning to restore and maintain Toro/Suzuki ccr 2000 engines
Great little engine, got mine in or around 1992 and still going strong!!!

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Ran a ccr2000 for 25+ years till the frame rotted out from salt. Too bad I got rid of it before this forum or I would have sold it for parts.

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