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Philips K321 rebuild

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Geno replied the topic: Philips K321 rebuild

A little progress yesterday. :thumb1


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lookin gooood.............I should rebuild my o 16 but I wonder how hard will it be to time it...........:woo :10 :bacon0


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Is it using oil or knocking Nappy? Timing it isn't that hard. :thumb1


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Geno wrote: Is it using oil or knocking Nappy? Timing it isn't that hard. :thumb1

a little smoke now and then but with the amount of use its had over the years would be my reason for a rebuild............:wrain :bacon0


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Starting to look like an engine again, looks like you had a supervisor in the background.


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Geno wrote: Is it using oil or knocking Nappy? Timing it isn't that hard. :thumb1

a little smoke now and then but with the amount of use its had over the years would be my reason for a rebuild............:wrain :bacon0


Use and years doesn't matter much on an engine that's took care of. My 414 is a year newer than yours with prob over twice the hours but it doesn't need a thing. If it ain't broke don't fix it lol. :rolling


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GT 14 wrote: Starting to look like an engine again, looks like you had a supervisor in the background.


The supervisor is who we call Big John around here lol, I told Philip all about him. He is around 6'5", lives about 30 mins away and has been working on Kohlers about as long as I've been alive I think. He is retired now and comes over to have fun and teach me a thing or two. A manual can only teach so much, these men know things that no one will ever know if it's not passed down. :thumb1


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Geno wrote: Is it using oil or knocking Nappy? Timing it isn't that hard. :thumb1

a little smoke now and then but with the amount of use its had over the years would be my reason for a rebuild............:wrain :bacon0


Use and years doesn't matter much on an engine that's took care of. My 414 is a year newer than yours with prob over twice the hours but it doesn't need a thing. If it ain't broke don't fix it lol. :rolling

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these men know things that no one will ever know if it's not passed down. :thumb1[/quote]

Amen to that. A few of these old timers got me started.


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GT 14 wrote: Starting to look like an engine again, looks like you had a supervisor in the background.


The supervisor is who we call Big John around here lol, I told Philip all about him. He is around 6'5", lives about 30 mins away and has been working on Kohlers about as long as I've been alive I think. He is retired now and comes over to have fun and teach me a thing or two. A manual can only teach so much, these men know things that no one will ever know if it's not passed down. :thumb1


Figured it was something like that, always listen to the old timers.


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