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  1. tunahead72

    Somebody stole the BFH

    That's what he gets for leaving his tools out in the yard! 😊
  2. tunahead72

    Curse of the 310-8 continues

    Broken clutch idler pulley?
  3. tunahead72

    PTO bearings

    Can't say for sure, but try rcpw.com, free shipping lately.
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    Loose wheel bearings

    So @IthacaJeff, how did the pipe work? I have the same problem with my C-105.
  5. Now THAT'S an interesting idea! This is a common problem with Wheel Horse decks. I've seen people suggest larger wheels, but I don't believe I've seen this particular solution before. Anybody else? Any problems with this fix?
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    Churchville (VA) Fall Festival

    Hey all... Just passing through Churchville, this show's been postponed because of all the rain in the area recently. New date is Oct. 17.
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    Churchville (VA) Fall Festival

    Thanks for posting this Mister Hillbilly. I know exactly where Churchville is, it's on my way to our place in Millboro, and just by chance I'll actually be down there this weekend weather permitting. I'll try to get there Saturday, hope to see you there! By the way, if I'm seeing your second photo correctly, the road across the street between the two buildings is Rte. 42, which is a really nice road to drive, even with a small trailer if you take it easy. It's one of my favorites in that area, mostly smooth, gentle curves, nice scenery, probably a great motorcycle road. I know the section between Bridgewater and Millboro Springs pretty well, further north just gets you into Harrisonburg traffic, but south of MS is pretty nice too.
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    Ohio Motorcycling

    Thanks for sharing this, Ken. Looks like some great riding, have fun and please be safe! I signed up for their map and e-newsletter, maybe some day!
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    Sad day for shed but saved a Horse

    Hey Cory, sorry to hear about your fire, I have nightmares about this kind of stuff. I'm with Dick, any idea how it started?
  10. tunahead72

    Long Island Antique Power Association Show

    Beautiful photos Don, thanks!
  11. tunahead72

    Maximum RPM for K 341S

    In that case, I would be cautious. Your engine may actually be running at 4000 rpm, which would sound (and be) too fast. I'm no engine expert, but there is something about the way Kohler engines fire and how some tachs pick up and display those signals. Can somebody else chime in here and clarify how tachs work with Kohlers? And @mc1960, can you give us some details on your tach and how it's connected?
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    Amazing that I've lived this long

    Sorry Buzz, I won't be following this thread, you lost me on the word "thumb" in your first post. Hope it all works out, whatever it is. 😁 We have a contractor working on our place in Virginia, cut off the tip of his thumb with a saw a couple of weeks ago. I can't bear to even think about it.
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    Maximum RPM for K 341S

    Just to clarify... Are you actually measuring your engine's RPM with a tachometer, reading 2000, and thinking it's running too fast (in which case maybe the tach is faulty, or not hooked up properly, or something)? Or just thinking that 2000 RPM "sounds" too fast for a small engine to run?
  14. Since you asked, and I have no personal experience... There's a small group of guys on a motorcycle forum I follow every once in a while that swears by PineSol (the original unflavored formula).
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