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buckrancher

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buckrancher last won the day on May 14 2015

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    trumansburg ,ny
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    cnc setup,operation and repair
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    Hunting & Fishing
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  1. Shower Cap Ideas???

    it will look just as it is but with a baffle on the inside brian
  2. Shower Cap Ideas???

    bring it to Steve's I fixed one like that for Jake Brian
  3. 520 oil problems

    I believe good is between 80lbs - 125lbs crank with the throttle open
  4. Happy Birthday Steve

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEVE
  5. Rj 35 reverse

    all but mine Neil remove the long drive belt to free roll the tractor around Brian
  6. Happy Birthday Glenn

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY
  7. Featured Tractor 2018 Big Show

    25th, 50th and 60th
  8. WHERE IN THE WORLD IS STEVASOURUS???

    Steve stopped by for dinner Friday night visited awhile at the show tent Brian
  9. Batteries

    Sams club group 27 marine deep cycle Duracell 12V $90.00 each Brian
  10. 2017 Big Show Buy/Sell/Trade Thread HERE !!

    we will have some seat covers for early sixties tractors square and round $45.00 each Brian
  11. the bearings are NLA should be "NICE" bearing company if remember correctly I have had good luck cleaning these in solvent and blowing them out with compressed air then if you have a needle tip for a grease gun you should be able to inject some new grease inside the bearing and save it Brian
  12. the bearing and pulley are the same thing if I am remembering correctly the outer race of the bearing is the pulley Brian
  13. Static timing question K241

    the .020 point gap is just a reference static timing is the correct method also point push rod length does not mean anything ( does not matter if the push rod is worn .050 it will only push what the camshaft lobe height is ground at) Normally what happens is the camshaft wears and this shortens the stoke for the point rod so you end up with a smaller point gap like .018 . sounds to me that the engine has been apart before or assembled at the factory with the timing marks off one tooth or ether the crankshaft or camshaft were incorrectly orientated when they were machined originally With that being said how you are getting a larger point gap is because you are starting farther down on the shallow side of the camshaft points lobe when you static time if the timing marks are off . this increases the length of stroke for the points push rod. increasing the point gap Brian
  14. HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEN B!

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEN
  15. HAPPY BIRTHDAY VIN

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY VINCE
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