From: Bruce Beattie (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 27 2003 - 21:06:54 PST
Could have fooled me, I thought Ken was kidding. So you can really run them
in the can.
Obvously you have to pipe in all the fluids etc, and vent stuff. What all
comes with the engine, and what do you have to provide to make this happen?
Bruce MVPA 23824
> Ken is spot on. This is the best way to be sure you've got a runner.
> Occasionally you'll find something like a cracked piston later because
> it won't fail till it really warms up under load.
> Most of the time though this is the best plan.
> > -----Original Message-----
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> > Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 10:48 AM
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> > Subject: Re: [MV] M35 engine replacement.
> > I believe that any engine in the can should be started in the can
> > wasting time getting it ready. It's not too difficult. I wouldn't be
> > running
> > it up against the governer while in the can though.
> > Kenneth Engle
> > Loxahatchee, FL U.S.A.
> > AM General M-35A2 w/w
> > Fruehauf M105A1
> > MVPA #24371
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