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WHS Site and Forum Registration. (24 Jul 2018)

I have changed the way registration is done for the site. I deleted over 300 spammers, (and prob a few good ones) last weekend alone. The forum can be seen by all the public and with 15K visitors a day, a lot of them younger people I can't take the chance on something ugly showing up on the site like is happening on the FB sites and other forums. The only pretty full proof way I can think of to keep the place clean is the new way of doing things.

On the front page under the pic it reads, "Due to all the spammers the register link for the WHS Forum has been removed. If you want to sign up for the WHS Forum just give us a call, information is on the contact us page. Thank You."

So that's where we are now lol. You can give me a call at and I can set you up. It's a lot more work for me but I feel it's worth it to keep the site clean :thumb1

Philips K321 rebuild

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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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