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kmcconaughey

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It's better than no air filter I would think. What's inside the can?
 

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That little 7hp was running lean on the air from 6 or 8 little 1/8" nail holes punched in the can!!!
 

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Looking at it from the American Pickers viewpoint. The holes definitely take away from the overall value. However the patina. The slight rust. Everything is still readable. It's the story behind it. An entry level collector would love to have this in their collection. It's retail price is fifteen dollars. You can keep the carburetor. 😂
 

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And at that point, it's where the owner shows them two clowns out the door w/a 12ga double barrel!!
 

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Same category, "this is good, right?" PO's attempt to deal with drive pin wear/breakage on my 149. I think I know where some of my vibration was coming from . . . just a little more wear, and the shaft could have parted company through the worn notch. Ah, well, 'nother order from Digger, he's always got my back . . . :)
 

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Same category, "this is good, right?" PO's attempt to deal with drive pin wear/breakage on my 149. I think I know where some of my vibration was coming from . . . just a little more wear, and the shaft could have parted company through the worn notch. Ah, well, 'nother order from Digger, he's always got my back . . . :)
And I appreciate ya man! (y) (y) (y)
 

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Same category, "this is good, right?" PO's attempt to deal with drive pin wear/breakage on my 149. I think I know where some of my vibration was coming from . . . just a little more wear, and the shaft could have parted company through the worn notch. Ah, well, 'nother order from Digger, he's always got my back . . . :)
Man, that's one of the worse ones I've seen. Glad it isn't mine! LOL :p
 
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