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Mower Shop With Victa 2 Strokes Outside. #88778
22/11/17 12:17 AM
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Mower Shop With Victa 2 Strokes Outside.

Took these outside a Sydney Mower Shop the other day. Still some 2 stroke owners keeping the faith.

Ahh, if only victa had kept producing the thumblatch catcher series, they would be in better shape today!
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Re: Mower Shop With Victa 2 Strokes Outside. [Re: Mowerfreak] #89109
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I love mine, starts literally first pull every single time.

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Re: Mower Shop With Victa 2 Strokes Outside. [Re: Mowerfreak] #89137
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Hi Dave, obviously you have a good float needle in there

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I take the approach of treat ‘em mean, keep ‘em keen. Haha. It’s also got a spark lead connection that falls off if you scrape it against the fence. Just hook him back up and off we go again. Solid bit of gear!


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