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Re: Ford 901 Select O Speed Mystery

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TONY JACOBS

05-16-2013 23:10:08
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Hello again James , 50 Hours a year is less than 1 hour per week , do you think the Farmer that bought that tractor BRAND NEW only used for 1 hour a week ? I doubt it . Plowing , Planting , Harvesting was done sun up to sun down until it was done day after day . As far as your research goes between 6 point and 12 point goes you had better look into Aircraft and Racing and maybe you will learn something , Go research AMERICAN RACING PRODUCTS or as it better known ARP and you will see the STRONGEST NUTS and BOLTS are of the 12 point design . When we build our 640 c.i.d Big Block Chevy Alky Pulling engines that produce between 1500 and 1700 horsepower and cost over $100,000 each you will NEVER FIND a 6 point bolt on the engine . Matter of fact go to MIKE MORAN's website and look up his new 4400 horsepower turboed Big Block Chevy Pro Stock engine you won't find a 6 point bolt in his shop either . When your 172 Diesel breaks a rod bolt or breaks a crank you will probably wish you read my posts about that too because ARP bolts have been saving those engines too . I am not going to fight with you either because I could care less if you do what I suggest my equipment and my customers equipment all run fine and they are quite happy my results . I am sure my attitude set you off because I am right and have done what I am telling you and none of it is an IDEA my suggestions are proven RESULTS wether you follow them or not is up to you . I would talk to you like you knew something about mechanics if you talked like you knew something about mechanics instead thinking you already know it all which with your lack of hands on experience you don't know much YET .

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