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  Electric Vs Gas
  Posted by: remintn on Nov-26-12 7:42 PM (EST)
 

Everybody knows electric, Just turn it on and off you go.
If you dont use it often, no big deal; it will still go.
Are you willing to keep checking that the gas is still good and hasn't gone bad.
Sure you can turn off the petcock and run the carberator dry so it wont dry out and get varnished and stick a needle or float. But are you going to remember to refill the carb or prime it plus yank the rope 2-3 or sometimes 20-30 times when you already have tighness in the chest and the arm is feeling numb????
Electric is easy.
Think it over good befor you buy.
And dont forget to get extra long cabels to keep the battery up front to help keep the bow in the water.

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