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Old 19-08-14, 13:51
jack neville jack neville is offline
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I think the biggest mistake is thinking you have to change after you have revved the engine out and built up speed as we do in modern vehicles. Do all the changes at low speed. I was always told the side whackers like to lug down low. Funny how my son Jake at 27 is better at it than me. But then again he virtually learnt to drive in these things. We've both polished our fair share of gears though.
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