Minding my P's & Q's
Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: Lake Wobegon, MN
Re: Is electric start really needed on a rer
I have a snow blower with recoil start, and electric starter.
Never have been able to start it with recoil starter. If it dies at the end of the drive way, I have to tow it back to the shop. Or at least to a place where I can access 110 volt. Just my 2 cents.
Sent from my DELL WS650 Desktop PC, by tappity tap tap'n on the keyboard. And which not even once have I dropped down the hole in the outhouse.
Utility before aesthetics.
Craftsman GT Model: 917.251522, 46” Deck w/ CV20S Kohler, Built 1996, Hydro trany, lever control.
Craftsman, Model: 842.242560, 46” Snowblower attachment. Heavy and noisy.
Craftsman, Model: 917.249740, 3 bin, Hard side Bagger.
Murray LT Model: 425618x48B, 18hp B&S, 42" deck, 2004, Hydro trany., foot control. My Mower
Murray RER, Model 30550H, 1999, 10 hp Tecumseh, 30” cut, single blade. My trimmer.
Murray, Noma Model: 633124X8, 12hp Tecumseh OHSK120, 33", 1997, Walk behind snow blower.
MTD Snowblower Model: 317E150-129, 139cc / 21”, 1996 My “Power Shovel”.