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Re: Yanmar in a 25'Tall rig

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I bought a YSM8 brand new. When it arrived on its pallet I was examining it. I released the compression release and rotated it with the crank a few times just to feel how freely it turned over. When I release the compression release it fired up, just on the assembly lube.

Amazing little thing.
Come on Man?? Really? That's too fun:laughe r: laugherny hhhhahahahahhahahahahahahahhaha
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Come on Man?? Really? That's too fun:laughe r: laugherny hhhhahahahahhahahahahahahahhaha
Cross my heart. You should have seem me scramble - I knew there was no lube oil in it and I had to shut it off but my brain froze for an instant because I didn't have a "stop" button or key to turn.

After a second or two I smartened up and hit the CR again - no harm done except for my heart rate.
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Would have freaked me out.
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