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In search of Barney Taylor

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Jay Snyder

07-05-2008 18:08:37




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Hello,

I am looking for Barney Taylor and some of his expertise. Does he have a email?

Thanks,
Jason




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mlpankey

07-06-2008 06:57:20




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to Jay Snyder, 07-05-2008 18:08:37  
If you guys have engineering degrees and really want to get technical allan lockhead is the man to talk to. lockhead and martin is the company and audid technology sells his engine programs . i talked with him on the phone about the cfm the heads and intakes flow and the reversion that takes place in the intake tract. it is possible to gain the most horsepower from a 340 to 350 cubic inch motor as the 430 cubic inch cause of the airflow . if you build big inches then you have to run lower rpms and use the torque instead of wheel speed.390 cubes gives the torque and wheel speed at 20 %overide.

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jd plowboy

07-05-2008 20:33:54




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to Jay Snyder, 07-05-2008 18:08:37  
i dont think i would get to much of his expertise. i ordered a governor spring for a 175 allis and he sent me the wrong one and then told me my governor wasnt set right. he told me to adjust the throttle rod and with the throttle lever in the idle position and have the carb wide open. we knew it was going to crank up wide open and we had him on the phone at the time. we told him what it was doing and he said we just needed to do alittle more adjusting. all i wanted to do from the beginning was get my rpms up to 1800 which was what the 175 spring would do. also the spring he sent was the same as i had and he said to sent it back and he would give me my money back. then when he sent the money it wasnt the full amount. it was his fault he sent the wrong spring so it should have not been a problem sending my money back. when i called him back about the rest of the money he started telling me that i didnt know anything about pulling and i would never be as good a puller than he is and all kind of crap. he also told me he didnt need my business but he lost it before we talked. i must be doing something right because i talked to tommy richardson the same time about my allis and it is first in the points and is always in the top of most all the classes. this is just my 2 cents worth and i am not trying to stir the pot but if you are wrong then just admit it. also when i built the motor about a year and a half ago i traded him a set of m&w pistons for a set of rods and i told him the rings were stuck before hand and he said it was ok he would still trade. then when he sent the wrong spring he throws the pistons up in my face and said they were no good because he cant get the rings off. i told him just like anyone else would have .why didnt you say that when you got them and i would have paid for the rods. i just dont do business like that. if you are going to help someone just do it right or dont do it. sorry for the long post but i had to tell my exprenice with dealing with him.

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mlpankey

07-06-2008 06:26:37




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to jd plowboy, 07-05-2008 20:33:54  
plowboy he didnt tell you to adjust it wide open at idle . he would have told you to leave the tractor not running and to open the throttle wide open and adjust the rods to open the carb wide open . by the way plowboy are you the one that bought jts tractor and screwed it up. why also would you buy a 175 spring when you can purchase a e gleanor spring that gives the same rpm for 13.00 dollars vs 40 to 60 for a 175. barney and jt have helped me a bunch they both want tell you every move to make but with a little bit of mech. ability you can figure out the parts they ommit in their conversation.

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jd plowboy

07-06-2008 08:44:10




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to mlpankey, 07-06-2008 06:26:37  
YES I AM THE ONE THAT BOUGHT THE WC FROM TOMMY RICHARDSON AND IF YOU DONT MIND PLEASE TELL ME HOW I SCREWED IT UP. IT RAN FINE WHEN I HAD IT THE ONLY THING THAT WAS DONE TO IT WHILE I HAD IT WAS SHORTEN THE HITCH TO 18 INCHES. PLEASE EXPLAIN YOUR SELF. IT MUST NOT HAVE BEEN SCREWED UP WHEN IT LEFT ME BECAUSE I SOLD IT FOR MORE THAN I HAD IN IT AND MR TOMMY CALLED ME AND SAID THE GUY THAT BOUGHT IT WAS TEARING THEM UP IN NC WITH IT.

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mlpankey

07-06-2008 12:43:20




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to jd plowboy, 07-06-2008 08:44:10  
well looks like if you had jts tractor you wouldnt need to adjust the gov by the 168 horsepower jts tractor is isnt stock by no means. also jts tractor liked long hitch .bring it to tn id like to see if i can handle it.



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jd plowboy

07-06-2008 16:43:17




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to mlpankey, 07-06-2008 12:43:20  
see here is the misunderstanding of the whole situation again. i did not buy the big wd he had. i bought the wc that was in buddy's garage for a couple years. it was built 15 years ago and it has a 5 1/4 stroke and 4 1/8 bore making around 100 hp. i sold it after i built my wd45 because i could out pull it. i dont know who bought that one but it wasnt me. that was the one he pulled in the stock class and won the points championship 8 years with. that tractor was out of date when i bought it.

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jd plowboy

07-06-2008 08:37:16




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to mlpankey, 07-06-2008 06:26:37  
I DONT KNOW HOW TO EXPLAIN THIS TO YOU AND YOU ARE DOING THE SAME AS HE DID. YOU ARE TRING TO MAKE ME LOOK LIKE THE DUMDA$$ LIKE HE DID. I HAD HIM ON THE PHONE AND ME AND MY BROTHER WAS WORKING ON THE GOVERNOR BECAUSE HE SAID IT WAS NOT RIGHT. AGAIN HE TOLD US TO LEAVE THE THROTTLE LEVER IN THE IDLE POSITION AND SET THE GOVERNOR WITH THE CARB WIDE OPEN. I WAS ON THE PHONE WITH HIM NOT YOU AND HE HEARD IT CRANK UP WIDE OPEN AND HE SAID WE STILL HAD ALITTLE ADJUSTING TO DO. AND A E GLEANER SPRING IS THE ONE HE SENT AND IS THE SAME AS THE WD45 ONE THAT I HAD THAT MAKES 1600 RPMS. I WANTED 1800 AND THERE IS 2 OTHER ALLIS THAT ARE RUNNING THE SAME SPRINGS. ONE IS STOCK AND ONE IS 400 CI. I BOUGHT THE SRING AND SET THE GOVERNOR BACK LIKE I HAD IT AND IT IS BACK LIKE IT WAS AND TURING 1800 RPMS.

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mlpankey

07-06-2008 13:30:31




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to jd plowboy, 07-06-2008 08:37:16  
high idle for a gleanor and a 175 is above 1800 rpms and thats in the book and not up for argument.



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jd plowboy

07-06-2008 16:48:12




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to mlpankey, 07-06-2008 13:30:31  
you are right and this is the end of the whole matter. my wd45 turns by my tack 1900 and it is stock and it is 1st in the points for the 5000lb class and i am very happy with it. i wanted the 175 spring and the place i bought it from said it made 1800 so this is all i have to say.



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mlpankey

07-05-2008 19:06:42




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to Jay Snyder, 07-05-2008 18:08:37  
taylorpulling@hotmail.com



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Barney Taylor

07-06-2008 13:20:19




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to mlpankey, 07-05-2008 19:06:42  
I sent you all your money back and also told you to have good luck pulling because you would need it. It sounds like you have had good luck because it sure is not know how.But it sounds like you are as dumb as you were that day I talked to you I have not said anything about you but it does get a little hard to take when I here your comments from other people.I live in Ohio easy to find.This is all I am going to say,Barney.

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jd plowboy

07-06-2008 16:59:14




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to Barney Taylor, 07-06-2008 13:20:19  
you are right i should have not said anything about you because you did send me all my money back but as for the being dumb i am still that dumb but when i had you tell me how to adjust my gov i knew that was wrong but my brother said to try it . and if being dumb got my rpms right, my governor working better than it did and being in top 4 of 10 tractors from m farmalls to oliver 88 and being 1st in the points in 5000 lb class then i want to stay dumb. i was wrong and as far as i care i wont mention your name again.

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jd plowboy

07-06-2008 16:33:54




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 Re: In search of Barney Taylor in reply to Barney Taylor, 07-06-2008 13:20:19  
well agin you sent the wrong part and wanted to blame me for the problem. i asjed for one spring that you told me you had but didnt. so i think if you didnt have what i needed then i should have got my money back any way without all the confusion because it was your fault. i had to pay shipping back to you for a part that i couldnt use. so who has the money in a wrong spring. if i was selling something to someone and it was the wrong part then i would have sent shipping and all back without a problem so dont make me look like a dumba$$ for you being wrong. if someone wants to buy parts from you them that is ther business but i wont do it again. and as far as this is it is all i am going to say about it. it is done and over with.

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