|Subject:||RE: Starting 1918 Henderson||Date:||Sun Apr 19 22:38:44 2020|
If you have been attempting to start your Henderson in |
these cold temperatures, it may be that the oil is simply
too thick. I had a heck of a time starting my KJ one
Easter when the temperatures were below 40 degrees. Had
summer oil in her.
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I own a 1918 Henderson. To start it up I spin the rear
wheel with the bike in third gear￼. I went to spin the
wheel today and itís super hard to turn. I canít get the
wheel to spin fast enough to start the bike. I canít
figure out why all of a sudden itís hard to turn. Any
ideas why this is happening?