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In Reply to: 8n won't start when it is cold posted by Larry quiggins on Wednesday, January 01, 2014:
I could not figure out how to get back to the forum until tonight. Thank you so much for all the replies. He will try everything that was said.
You are right. I posted this for my fiance. It is a Jubilee 1954.
He says he has 30 weight oil in since he owned it for 7 years. This is the coldest since 1992.
Some guy Changed clutch 2 years ago and the choke rod does not work the same as it did before. I had a feeling that was the problem. Can you tell me where to go to "see" how it is supposed to work properly?
What would the proper oil weight be for winter or in general?
Thank you so much for taking the time to try to help me.
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