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Allan In NE

12-06-2007 15:16:13




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Boy, I tell ya. Nothing is built to last anymore.

Started this old pooper up and let it run for over an hour today checking everything I could think of to check, just to make darned sure everything was as it should be.

Thing is only 31 years old; comon' where's the quality anyway?

Darned right front screw in the valve cover had worked loose, was weeping a bit of oil and I had to stop, grab a phillips screwdriver and tighten it.

Wonder if there's any waranty left? I should be compensated for all the work I had to go thru! :>)

Allan

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Dandy Don

12-07-2007 12:02:26




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 Re: Bad Engine! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-06-2007 15:16:13  
Allen, I convinced you've got to be Irish with all the GOOD luck you have.'course stuborness and drive help alot. I'm glad you engine worked out for you. Also looks to me that you're gonna be okay on the combine.

I saw one (F-2) on ebay starting at$10,000 with a buy it now for $15,000

and I thought WOW Allen has done okay. And it was in South Carolina'bout a half million mies away from you. (Wouldn't that transport cost been a dilly) I noticed you weather isn't very different from ours here 'cept for that damn wind. And yes I envey you NOT having the rust problems that we do.

Continued Good luck on your projects. You do good work.

Don

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cadet trooper

12-07-2007 17:32:33




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 Re: Bad Engine! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-06-2007 15:16:13  
Allen, if you need a warranty claim call the 800 number and ask for Helen Waite. Engine looks good nice job! CT



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Jeff Z.

12-07-2007 07:19:59




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 Re: Bad Engine! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-06-2007 15:16:13  
Just my luck making a quick fix on a small oil leak the screw would have broke.



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LenND

12-06-2007 19:22:11




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 Re: Bad Engine! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-06-2007 15:16:13  
If that is all the problems you had after starting it you are a lucky man. Isn't too often things work out that way. Good luck on the rest of the job.



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Allan In NE

12-07-2007 06:50:39




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 Re: Bad Engine! in reply to LenND, 12-06-2007 19:22:11  
Yep, I was worried about this one; sweatin' bullets, actually.

I could have either bought one from the local salvage yard, heard it run prior and spent a truckload of cash or GAMBLE on this one, sight unseen, unknown seller and a million miles away.

Consider myself very fortunate that I found an honest man. He told me that it had 1800 hours on it and it does indeed run/sounds like it.

Can't get over how things rust up back east tho. Metal wouldn't rust here like that in two lifetimes.

Allan

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LenND

12-07-2007 12:30:10




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 Re: Bad Engine! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-07-2007 06:50:39  
Be careful so MURPHY'S Law doen't get ya! LOL



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Matt L

12-06-2007 16:11:40




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 Re: Bad Engine! in reply to Allan In NE, 12-06-2007 15:16:13  
Might try the warrenty dept and then file a claim - someone will prolly run out and help ya ..third party image



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