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    so they sucked with a trailer on them. so are they good for anything with out the trailer is the question.
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    Saw some place else state Italian engine... now it well could be Italian but manufactured in Brazil. BTW.... the Italian Lombardini (now owned by Kohler) is one **** of a fine diesel. In the past Lombardini was one of the best small diesel manufactures out there. Not sure what will change with Kohler as owner... only been a few years since they bought the company (or part of it... not sure the whole details)

    there is some other high quality diesel manufactures out of Italy that others put their names on and sale with good reputations.

    so now curious whom this engine manufacturer is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanner View Post
    Kinda reminds me of the stories of the Abrams M1... something about having to change the prototypes' air filter every few miles due to silt? Or the turrets that could be blown off with an RPG due to 'design issues'. Did have a tank driver tell me that 47 rotations CCW would unscrew the turret - Tanner
    47 rotations clockwise would make it stick solid?.

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