Philips K321 rebuild

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09 Feb 2018 13:01 #14262 by Geno
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We talked this morning and he said he would like working here 2-3 days a week. This is really awesome but would be even better if I had more space lol. I'm gonna spend the next few days getting tractors out and easy to get to that need engine rebuilding. :yay

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09 Feb 2018 14:33 #14264 by nappypappy
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Geno wrote: We talked this morning and he said he would like working here 2-3 days a week. This is really awesome but would be even better if I had more space lol. I'm gonna spend the next few days getting tractors out and easy to get to that need engine rebuilding. :yay

wow extra set of hands is a good thing for sure......:woo :woo :woo :cof3 :bacon0

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10 Feb 2018 11:44 #14268 by GT 14
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Sounds like a plan for a new floor plan IE. Cow Palace = Horse Castle

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10 Feb 2018 14:02 #14269 by Geno
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Tell me GT lol. :rolling

We just couldn't find a 14hp cradle block anywhere so the replacement oil pan and dipstick are milled, blasted, and ready to go on. :thumb1

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10 Feb 2018 16:05 #14270 by Geno
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Does anyone else paint engines upside down first to make sure they don't miss a spot? :rolling3

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10 Feb 2018 17:35 #14271 by Geno
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More painting. Gonna get all the parts painted today to they can be put on Monday. :)

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10 Feb 2018 23:52 #14272 by nappypappy
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now that's a keeper.....hope it runs as good as it looks......nice work.............:10 :smile2 :goodjob :bacon0

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13 Feb 2018 15:21 #14279 by Geno
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Time to start wrapping it up. :woo

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16 Feb 2018 07:28 #14291 by GT 14
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Fire in the hole!

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20 Feb 2018 15:22 #14304 by Geno
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This one is a wrap. :woo

Ran it in for an hour last night between half and 3/4 throttle and changed the oil, minus a few wire ties she's good. :thumb1

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