I sold an M37 on ebay and the buyer is in Orange, CA. I told him I would check around and see what his options are for getting it shipped. Can anyone reccomend a good company? Or has anyone used one of the internet sites where you take bids to get something hauled?
I was wondering if you could burn used oil in these? A guy selling them on ebay says you can but I thought I would check before I bought one. I figured I might need to add some diesel to thin the oil out. Or if anyone here has one for sale let me know.
I picked up one of these heaters from GL. It is 250,000 BTU and runs on gasoline. I am looking for a manual or any tips on how to run it. The thought of lighting a fire on top of 18 gallons of gas makes me a little nervous. Thanks for any help.
My GL account was suspended last year because the girl working on my EUC would not return my calls to tell me what was wrong with my paperwork. She did call me the day after she put my account into default which was the same day she quit working for GL.
Do a search on propane conversions and you will find several companies that will help you out. I looked on ebay and there are plenty of parts under propane and impco. An Impco 425 mixer (carburetor) is probably bigger than you need but is the most popular. We had a 637 cubic inch GMC that had a...
You will lose a couple of miles per gallon with LP. But here in Illinois LP is at least $1 a gallon cheaper so it evens out. If you could get the conversion pieces for cheap I would do it. We have several engines running on LP and they work great. The biggest problem with dual fuel is the...
Sorry, I should have been more specific. It is the 4ao84 engine and I need the gasket for the carburetor bowl. Saturn's website says they are out of gasket kits. If they don't have any I will get the whole carb for $38.
I asked earlier about 12.00x20 tires, but the fire department has decided to go with 11.00x20 since they are easier to find. If anyone has any they want to sell let me know. They would be looking for 8-10 tires.
Our local fire department is looking for four12.00x20 tires for a fire truck. I was looking at some Michelins on Ebay but thought I would check here too. They would also be interested in the regular military tread. 11.00x20 or metric sizes that are close would be fine too.
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