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Re: Cam grinding

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PA john deere man

05-02-2013 14:52:16

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that kevin screwed up more than 1 motor of people ive known... call any RESPECTABLE person that hes known and theyll tell ya. when did he work on your tractor then BROWN???? PROBABLY NEVER DID

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S brown

05-02-2013 17:40:49

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 Re: Cam grinding in reply to PA john deere man, 05-02-2013 14:52:16  
Well I pull in CO and I have a 9 3/4 stroke and 7 1/2 bore G that Extreme builders Ray AND Kevin built for me and I have never had a problem with it. And anyone that I have ever talked to that has used them has never had a problem so who do you talk to and what is your problem?

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PA john deere man

05-03-2013 06:06:07

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 Re: Cam grinding in reply to S brown, 05-02-2013 17:40:49  
and bullet does have a good cam for the original question.

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PA john deere man

05-03-2013 06:03:51

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 Re: Cam grinding in reply to S brown, 05-02-2013 17:40:49  
well s brown ive used about all the places that sell good parts. schooler, murphys, mets machine, all have good stuff. i personally havent had ray work on my tractors, but i have friends who have. and unless ray put that kevin back in tractor building school, then id stay away. now recently kevin may have gotten better, but hes half assed alot of different things in his day

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jd b puller

05-03-2013 10:27:20

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 Re: Cam grinding in reply to PA john deere man, 05-03-2013 06:03:51  
I'm not sure how we went from "where to get a cam" to a discussion about a guy who has done work for me and used to work for Denglers. From what I recall the big A that they had in Ohio was actually built by Kevin to run on E-85.

I've never had anything but good work from him and still know if I need him I can count on him to help me out.

"big a puller", "PA john deere man" and "antique jd puller" and now "texas pullers", you know how to get ahold of me if you want you want to talk.

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