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 on: Today at 08:26:31 PM 
Started by BIG_T - Last post by mowvette
From George......lol....Must be a master card.... Tongue

 on: Today at 06:54:53 PM 
Started by Mowterhead - Last post by Mowterhead
That is common sense. I wasn't just gonna mess with the governor and get the motor screaming just to have my face and familyjewels riddled with stock flywheel shrapnel. I'm not a backyard basher. I want to make me a tinker toy yes but I want it to be safe as well. My issue right now is trying to find performance parts for the motor I have. So has anyone built a Briggs and Stratton 15.5 ohv
Motor Model # 282H07
Type# 0231E1
Code# 050131ZE

 on: Today at 06:47:34 PM 
Started by h1ppahd00d - Last post by berthyd
Rooster, when you're out cruising, I seriously doubt it's for finding old mowers. Red heads come to mind, though.


 on: Today at 06:09:06 PM 
Started by h1ppahd00d - Last post by h1ppahd00d
Right now the cheapest one I can find that runs is 300 and that's out of my price range. I'll do some alley cruising and see what I can find.

 on: Today at 05:09:08 PM 
Started by h1ppahd00d - Last post by redline
Or malaria, SARS, bird flu or Ebola...

 on: Today at 04:51:11 PM 
Started by h1ppahd00d - Last post by Rooster
I'm not trying to trade this mower in, it was my great grandpa's first mower and I finally got it running after 30 years of just sitting around. So it's got some sentimental value. What part of Michigan are y'all from? I live in Rockford... That probably wasn't wise of me, now roosters assassins know where to look!

45 years....LOL
I'm guess that's a 1969 Sears?
And if its got Sentimental value...add that to the reasons not to cut it up.....
I already knew where ya were, i have connections...little known fact that when Roosters crow, they are actually passing classified information about the locations of Antique Garden Tractor Molesters... which is why Garden Tractor Pullers don't eat eggs!!

Another tip....
It's Called

Somewhere, under a upside down kiddie pool, with grass grown up ...is the perfect racing mower waiting for you Wink

 on: Today at 03:51:12 PM 
Started by sgrayson8 - Last post by redline
I used to break cranks just by talking mean to them.
But my timing is usally perfect.

 on: Today at 03:41:15 PM 
Started by h1ppahd00d - Last post by h1ppahd00d
Unfortunately catdr I can't make that race due to my work schedule. When is your next race after that one? If all else fails could we Possibly meet up so I could check out your mowchine?

 on: Today at 03:23:29 PM 
Started by sgrayson8 - Last post by Jim Knutson
This has been beat to death on here, put a timing light on it and go no more than 30 deg, any more and you risk breaking the crank.
yep, right on the nose. Many times, ive seen guys use the std 28 hub for the flywheel, only to have an offset coil, which already is advanced from the flat heads, and older 28 ohv.....turn up the timing without checking, and boom, broken crank.

 on: Today at 02:00:24 PM 
Started by Cromwell C4 - Last post by Cromwell C4
New set of Kohler Command v-twin built racing heads.  Started as NEW 30hp castings, heads have been ported, oversized stainless steel valves with big seats installed, bronze valve guides, dual valve springs with billet retainers and steel locators, machined for billet inserts for roller rockers, combustion chambers welded up and reshaped for higher compression and increased flow, and O-ringed. These were a customers who went with a different setup. All work was done by Lakota Racing, and he had over $900 total invested. I have the receipts and flow specs for the buyer. Again, these heads are brand new and have never been bolted on a motor. They would be a very nice set of heads for a BP or an FXT engine. $700 shipped obo

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