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Old 05 November 2005, 18:31   #11
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Originally Posted by Rogue Wave
I am with Hard 1 on this it's been my experience that when you need them they aren't tough enough. I was trying to spin a Honda 130 at the time (urgghhh!) which was a 2.2 litre engine

Ive got a mate though, just the one, who says they are so good you can snap an Arc welder between the crocodile clips and build a Landie with em

My view is your money is better spent on a second battery
I am sure that if one is capable of starting a Land Cruiser or similar diesel engine then it should manage with an outboard - what C/R are they running for god's sake???

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Old 05 November 2005, 18:43   #12
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