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Re: Machine shop (pics)

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01-14-2013 12:56:01

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That machine shop must have some GOOD help. Think I would be finding another shop that knows what they are doing. Hope you haven't been paying them for work like that.

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01-14-2013 13:04:24

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 Re: Machine shop (pics) in reply to Retired Farmer, 01-14-2013 12:56:01  
I DID pay them (cash) the first time but they paid the labor on the #2 and now on #3 build. The frustrating part for me is I keep having to buy expensive parts and tear the tractor apart. I personally think they should be buying parts because if they did their job correctly, the parts wouldn't be ruined. I am thankful they're at least standing behind it, he says "bring it back we'll make it right". Well I wish he would have "made it right" to start with.

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01-14-2013 18:52:49

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 Re: Machine shop (pics) in reply to mightymolinekid, 01-14-2013 13:04:24  
They should have felt that when they had to beat that piston in the block with a stick of wood!! It looks to me that it didn't have enough piston to cylinder wall clearance.

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