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One lunger RECOIL

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I'm looking for a recoil off of a 71' skandic ( one lung 338cc ) rotex , I know there are 2 styles 3 bolt and 4 bolt . I need a 4 bolt , can anyone help please !!!

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Google used snowmobile parts...You'll have a tough time for that vintage but someone has to have something for you. Also, check the Doo Talk forum for other suggestions.

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The pulley and pawls are readily available, or did you need the whole starter, cover and all?

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mainly i need the cover , where the spring hooks into the cover on mine its wore out and the spring slips. i believe thats what goes wrong with the majority of them !!!

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Jeez, that is tough, the place i usually go is to mann's up I35 just off the mora exit for parts like that. Maybe others will get you a good lead on the part too. Hope you get it going soon!!

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oh it's going alright ! runs like a raped ape not very fast but pulls like a tractor ! ya just have to start it by winding a rope around it (that sucks) other than the recoil it's in excellent condition my father-in-law bought it brand new always kept inside and covered . It's my fish house puller 8'x10' on skids.

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