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PostPosted: Wed Sep 24, 2008 7:03 pm 
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I have an issue with my sond 90 cc dinli beast. I purchased it new in 2003 and it has been good up untill a few months back. The electric starter went out, it acted like the gear was rounded off.. but when i went to change the starter ( i baught one off ebay) I put my finger in the hole where the starter went, and noticed it was kinda smooth, the teeth were not very good, I also have been noticing this when i was kick starting it, it will actually bind up at the bottem of the kick,when it almost hits the floorboard.. then it's stuck there untill I reach down and yank it back up.. or in extreme instances I have to pry it up with a pry bar. I think it needs a new flywheel.. can i get one? If so .. how much and where can i get one at?
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Kary


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 30, 2008 8:04 pm 
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Check out a few of the vendors who support the site if you havent already. The flywheel you are speaking of should be available but at a supplier who deals in these asian style units.


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