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Buyer and Seller Feedback - Re: Emison's Farm Equipment

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Earl - IL

07-28-2011 20:06:35

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Do you have the old sleeve? Take it to a local machine shop & get the exact measurement of the flange.Anything that old can have a lot of people playing with in the last 50 years. In their defense maybe the block was decked with the sleeves in it. Correct way is to pull sleeves deck block & recut counter bores.Email me I can help you.I am a retired engine builder.

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rick deere

07-29-2011 04:55:31

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 Re: Emison's Farm Equipment in reply to Earl - IL, 07-28-2011 20:06:35  
I did what you just said before it was ordered, The lip was not cut correctly, they said get it out without breakin it and we will get the right one, I did, 5 weeks latter they called said you will not get old sleeve back and you will get no money,and just do what you gotta do I believe the mans name was Cecil, I have no use for a bussiness that treats the public as such.Oh someone on here contacted me I ordered the sleeve and it was perfic, Why couldnt they do the same.JUST NOT RIGHT>

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Earl - IL

07-29-2011 11:48:20

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 Re: Emison's Farm Equipment in reply to rick deere, 07-29-2011 04:55:31  
I agree they did not treat you right. They must like this type of advertising!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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