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I finally received the video yesterday after about two weeks. I had been waiting for it before I started to put the engine back together. I sat down and watched it last night. It was OK, just OK. Save your $30. Even shade-tree mechanics would be bored. It did not go into enough detail on certain things like clutch adjustment. He did not use a drop of anti-seize or put anything on the head bolts.
What I did like was that it's a husband & wife team! I can't even hang wallpaper with my sweetie. She actually got her hands greasy.
So if anybody wants this video I will gladly let it go for $15. Just let me know. The engine is going back together tonite.
Ken, Annie the '48 Cub & 1282 Cub Cadet.
I think we gotter if'n she don't kick, Andy Griffith.
Ken (48 Cub)
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I looked at one of these vidios a while back, It made me sick!! as you said it didnt go into detail in many things but most of all what really bothered me was the fact that they didnt cleand the sludge out of the block. didnt show anything about having the machine work done and how to go about that. to me it was a complete waste. well not complete, i did like the husband & wife team too.
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