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      A day in da shop
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      JimSibley




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      Registered: December 2003
      Location: deer park
      Posts: 71
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  1.    4:00pm
    1. Trikerman47

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      Registered: March 2004
      Location: Vickery

      Hello Jim. Terry from Ohio... I have a question, I putting in my motor, How do I level it . Right now I have a 6" level on the carb base plate, but the motor looks like it is down in back too much. can U help...Oh your email address at Dirtbros I cant email U,I tried to send U pics of my progress but they come back......Thanks Terry
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  1.    5:13pm
    1. JimSibley

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      Registered: December 2003
      Location: deer park
      Posts: 71

      Terry,
      My email is jsibley@theofficenet.com. When I level a motor, I do it by the carb plate. I have a degree level that I use. It works a lot better than a regular level. You can get them at home depot, or most hardware stores. Also remember that a motor doesnt have to be perfectly level. We drive them up and down hills all the time.
      Jim
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  1.    2:58am Rating: 10 
    1. jerr440

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      Registered: March 2004
      Location: Bothell



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    1. Walt Zander

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      Registered: November 2003
      Location: Foot of the Lake
      Posts: 171

      Sweet looking shop Jim, and neat too.
      My 30'x50' does not look as spacious, too
      full of man toys, boat, tractor, roadster, etc..
      "up and down hills" ha
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