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Pretty nasty looking Marty! I'll bet ya had a challange recognizing something shaped like a starter (LOL). Ya might be able to use that crud as "dressing" for some logs in the 'ol wood stove and squeeze a few more BTU's out of the fire. Tom(PK)

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Sam, that tar looking stuff was mostly outta the bottom of the engine compartment. I'd guess I washed that much out last spring when I did my first cleaning on it with the engine in place. Motor oil and dirt, collected for years. Tom, thinkin about recyling that stuff though the wood stove, should equall a couple logs in BTU's..MPH

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