KR> engine update

2017-01-17 Thread Larry Flesner via KRnet
I found time today to remove the rods from the crank and do an amateur measurement of the crank with a digital micrometer. Crank is standard and right at "new spec's with zero abrasion or wear on any of the bearing locations. I'm guessing this crank could have gone another 2400 hours

Re: KR> engine update

2017-01-17 Thread Joe. E. Wallace via KRnet
Larry, was our teachers on “pick it up, or else” sisters jw > On Jan 17, 2017, at 07:11, Larry Flesner via KRnet > wrote: > > At 12:02 AM 1/17/2017, you wrote: >> I do not see an ___ Search the KRnet Archives at

Re: KR> split case

2017-01-17 Thread Joe. E. Wallace via KRnet
Looks really Good Larry. Looks like Good oil, no abuse with regards to temps, and good care …. jw > On Jan 16, 2017, at 17:37, Larry Flesner via KRnet > wrote: > ___ Search the KRnet Archives at

Re: KR> engine update

2017-01-17 Thread Jeff Scott via KRnet
   Clearly you took good notes when you visited my shop! -Jeff Scott --- Cc: "Oscar Zuniga" Subject: KR> engine update Larry: I see your problem immediately. Your hangar is too clean for you to get any serious work done. I do not see *any* tools on the

Re: KR> engine update

2017-01-17 Thread Paul Visk via KRnet
Oscar wrote: At 12:02 AM 1/17/2017, you wrote:>I do not see any masking tape with handwritten labels on any wires >or cables on the firewall, no yellow note-pad with items to remember >to take care of in reverse order when re-assembling,--- My daughter in law's father how is a

Re: KR> engine update

2017-01-17 Thread Larry Flesner via KRnet
At 12:02 AM 1/17/2017, you wrote: I do not see any masking tape with handwritten labels on any wires or cables on the firewall, no yellow note-pad with items to remember to take care of in reverse order when re-assembling,