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718 and 32" tiller

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I bought my cousin's 718 I guess because I wanted it and my 3212 was using more oil thru transmission then I wanted. So, that left me with a 32 inch tiller. After reading Peppy Dan's thread and Rod Hubbard's stuff, I did my own. For what I need it works out well and with 18 HP Kohler, engine is run just over idle so governor has control.

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quote:Originally posted by BLT

I bought my cousin's 718 I guess because I wanted it


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id="quote">Quote of the year!Good lookin machine, and nice to see a Big Daddy K series still in service.

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