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Old 05-04-2008, 04:12 PM   #1
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It'* a bit... old.... It runs though. I need to get some oil for the cutting stone and I'm in business!

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And what good is it to do the valves if you can't do the heads?

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old school

check the belts as well
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WE NEED BETTER PICS!!

I'm jealous, man. I love old tools. Wish I could afford to buy more pieces like that.
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It'* not the age, it'* the function.

The whole refacer machine
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Multiple angles to choose from. Whatever ones I want really...
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Perfect fit on a 3800 S2 head
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The stone dresser!
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Here is the sludge that I just dumped into an L36 oil pan. It came out of recirculating coolant tank.

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The price of this whole setup was the best part.
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The price of this whole setup was the best part.
AND?!?!?!
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The price of this whole setup was the best part.
AND?!?!?!

my guess would be FREE
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All I can say is... For everything I have received, and the condition it is in, I will absolutely positively never complain about the fact that new stones are at least $28/ea.
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Picked up a gallon of VGO-10 today. Hopefully I get some time to play tonight.
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nice score! Some of the best machines are the old ones.
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that is a good one. that'* the same one we had in my high school shop, where i actually learned how to grind valves. worked perfectly, great machine.
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