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not enough road space for a push start ??

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That's great! Would have never thought of anything that simple haha.

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Ha. What do you know?

That can only work with trucks with big, heavy duals...

Next, they'll put a hole in the bodywork in front,

make up a way to hook a handle up to the crank, and then you

could turn the motor over directly- no transmission losses...


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my 1948 Chevy truck could be started using a crank handle, the crankshaft pulley had the notches for it, and the grill had the hole in it to get a crank handle in there.

that's how they started 'em back before the electric starter was invented.



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