He Made a Starter Clutch Wrench For His Briggs & Stratton Wheeline Gas Engine
Theron R. Wilkins, Rupert, Idaho: ďI didnít want to spend the money for a new starter clutch wrench for my Briggs & Stratton Wheeline gas engine, so I made my own. I drilled a series of holes into a metal tube and then welded it to the square stud part of a worn-out starter clutch. The tube goes down into the stud and turns a plastic pulley thatís used to rewind the spring.
ďTo start the engine I just insert a small metal rod through one of the holes in the tube and then twist the rod. It works good, and I didnít spend anything to make it.Ē
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