"Randall" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Have you contacted Ken Giilanders at British Frame and
>> Engine? The one he put in TS41723L has worked just fine
>> since 1990.
>Ken had a special "fail safe" version made that provided the cushioning but
>did not rely on bonded rubber to do so. Basically steel 'paddles' bearing
>on rubber in compression. But he told me I got the last one maybe 10 years
>ago now, and he wasn't planning on having any more made due to slow sales
>and general lack of interest.
>But maybe if there is sufficient demand from those unwilling to install the
>gear-drive starter; Ken could be persuaded to sell/donate the design to
>someone like Joe Alexander or Charles Runyon to have another run made.
I'll jump on that band wagon. Put me down for one. Heck, I'll buy two just to
get the ball rolling. Anyone else?
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