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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by Sydenstricker Landscaping, Mar 9, 2007.
How much? Pics?
Same here how much and ca you pm me your number so I can call you
Hello Ohioans! Checking in for North Canton! Looking forward to talking with you guys!
What's up Fellaz? Been a long time since I've last logged in. It's good so see the "Regulars" around. This winter has been Brutally cold.... Needless to say, I haven't gotten any "Off-Season Repairs" or maintenance done on any of my equip. I (partially) rebuilt the 25hp Kohler on my Walker in November, but the Governor won't go back down to "Normal Idle." Everything from the Throttle Body down to carb look fine. I didn't even remove the Carb or throttle-body. Long story short.... One of the (3) bolts that hold down the Air-Filter Pan worked loose, & got sucked & wedged between the Valve & Head. I had a bent intake valve in #2 Cyl. I tore it all apart, replaced the Valve, spring, rod, & Lifter. I buttoned it up put it in, ran good but The "Governor-side" of the throttle-body won't go back to idle. I have to push it down manually. I'm out of ideas & need to figure it out soon. It's just too cold to work outside in the cold. My torpedo heater is broken too & I don't wanna work out in my garage in 10 degrees.
Other than that, I've been busy Snow Plowing & catching up on sleep. Not to mention taxes & getting contracts ready for the upcoming season.
Check it out. Here's what happened to my 25HP Kohler. Bolt got sucked into the intake.
I have a 87 f350 flat bed diesel plow and a bulk spreader can go with it $3500..
Come on spring.... Ready for aerations and landscaping!
Anyone in the Cincinnati area (especially east side) who may be looking to get out of the business or just shed a few mowing accounts I'd like to talk to you.
Thanks for the offer. But, I am going to go with a utility bed.
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