Is there anywhere to buy a backup pull cord for the F7s? Doesn't come with one of course. I could make one, but it's easier to have someone else make it. Would want any backup at all, from other cats etc.
A backup pull cord wont do you any good on the trail,your not likely to tear apart the recoil on the trail,so cut yourself a 6 foot piece of nylon rope and throw it in the toolkit or that little space on your seat that AC is trying to pass off as trunk.Start it off the primary clutch making sure you dont tie the end to the clutch before you wrap it and give it a tug.
get the part number from your dealer for the emergency pull cord that was part of your tool kit on last years sleds. its flat nylon webbing with a wooden t handle you wrap it around your primary and give it a pull to start.
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