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Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2000 21:22:01
Subject: Re: Hello
From: SUPRDAVE@aol.com
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In a message dated 1/29/00 11:19:25 PM Eastern Standard Time,
AlyceAnn45@netzero.net writes:

> Great, cause I just bought one on Ebay. I love the picture of it. It need an
> assembly for the brake at the lever and the side covers. I am asuming that
a
> self
> sufficint girl can learn to work on her moped herself, correct? I am going
> to buy
> the manual, does it also have a manual for working on it? Does anyone have
> one of
> these that they can tell me how they run and what to look for? The owner
> said it
> is drive shaft so I don't have to worry about the chain. Thanks in advance
> for all
> your help!
> AlyceAnn

ok, here's some good things to know:
go get the service manual for it. it shows maint. functions and things to
work on.
make sure your battery functions. running without a battery will blow out
every light on the bike.
quantify that the oil injection works. or, just premix the fuel. thats what i
did when the oil pump went bad.
get familiar with field stripping the carb to clean it. it doesnt like the
smallest speck of sand. install a fuel filter if it dont have one.
there is a plug on the side of the engine case for oil for the automatic
transmission. make sure you got proper amount of oil. shaft drive needs no
maint.
i have some QT50 parts as well. email needs.

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