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    Default remote starter button...

    anybody know a local parts house that carries them just to roll the motor over while running the valves? I have one with a trigger that is a pistol grip, but A) can't find it and B) hate it from the last time i used it.. i want one with a button on the top like thisssss...

    http://www.summitracing.com/parts.aspx?sku=SUN-CP7854

    but need it tomorrow night, haha. thanks guys!
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    Snap On Tools has the same starter button, prolly wont help you for tomorrow tho!

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    ah actually that might, i know a local rep.. thanks bro!
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    I think napa sells them

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    Auto Zone

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    harbor frieght has them for around 10 bucks. i have a snap on one you can use. let me know if you will need it.
    boatless....

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    I got mine from Auto Zone. Works great.
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    What I have done in the past is mount a momentary toggle wired direct to the starter somewhere on the motor kinda out of sight but accessable for running valves starting or what ever. I also have used starter buttons. M

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    Quote Originally Posted by ol guy View Post
    What I have done in the past is mount a momentary toggle wired direct to the starter somewhere on the motor kinda out of sight but accessable for running valves starting or what ever. I also have used starter buttons. M
    That's a good idea as well!
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    Any auto parts store with a momentary button with some gator clips and your golden.

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    Might be good to hard wire it just incase there's a wiring issue come up between the dash and the engine. At least you could get started and get back to dock.
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    to a point. there should not be any issue in the simple boat wiring that couldnt be jumped with a screw driver. also if you did a hardwire... no need for a key to steal your boat.

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    Default wrench it....

    Why not wrench it?......Ring gears last a lot longer when they're not used as a "bump" over tool......The "stopping" place is more precision as well......Ray

    PS I usually install a ignition toggle switch, and a starter button up under the gunnel back close to the engine. Works out well when setting timing, or???......Ray
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