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    Posted: 05 Aug 2014 at 9:45am
It's finally done!
My son had a lot of commitments this summer, and I forgot to upload the video while he was gone last week. Anyway, here it is. He has about 20+ hours in editing it. Yes, it really does take that long. If you wish to contact him directly, I can get you his information.

http://youtu.be/9LWCMvO_Dis
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Thanks to all involved in making this!!!!!
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A BIG Thanks to Jim for getting the boys to make the video. They did a good job with all the editing all four classes into one class. I liked all the still shots they put in the right places.
I hope someone will get some help out of this video.
As far as how the classes went; I never been good at getting in front of people to talk about something but before all you guys that know me will say I can talk you butt off one on one, but put me in front of a crowd and I tend to lock up. lol
I did have fun doing this but at this time in my movie star life I think it might be best to just retire now before I get fired. lol
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I pulled it up but couldn't get any sound. Is it just my phone?
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Sound is garbled on my phone; would love to hear it though.
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I just checked and the sound is OK on my computer.
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Same here. I am able to hear and see everything. I wonder if the quality is just too high for phones?
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Looks  good & sound   great  on a real computer. TC
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Don, you did great putting on the class in Lathrop and the video will be a BIG help to all those that couldn't attend. You would be correct your movie star life though. You're over qualified!
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Thank you all for doing this!  I learned a lot and I'm sure others will too!  Good job!
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I have not had to do this, but I bookmarked the video, just in case.  Well done!
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Must be worthy, it's been stikied
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don.....you did a great job on the oil seal replacement.i detected the learned from experience exerpts in the video.you are right.....IF YOU ARE DOING A REPAIR DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.....j.w.
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This is fantastic. Hopefully there's more to come of videos like this! :)
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I had to laugh at myself yesterday for making this video. I'm overhauling a 226 in the shop and got to thinking about the video as I was installing the rear main seal, front cover and oil pan. I did the work in the shop on a real engine faster that I did in the video. LMAO   
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great job! I haven't been in the AC shop in over 20 years and had forgotten more than I thought. Pretty much what I was taught by the older mechanics at Peterson Implement.
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Great video & info.
I need to do this with engine in the tractor.
Any helpful hints on how to do that?
Can it be done without removing the front engine support on a WFE?
 
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Why not just take the engine out? It doesn't take all that long and you'll get a much better job. I've put one on with the engine still in frame and it wasn't easy and it wasn't long before it leaked.
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I'm doing a restoration and just want to swap out a dented pan for a nicer one.
I don't need to do any engine work. 
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Thanks for the great video, it is much easier to learn by watching something like this than just reading the instructions.  I would like to thank everyone involved and as I need parts in the future will be sure to support those involved with this.


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Like Lonn said, just pull the engine out; you will do the pan change with the engine out of the tractor in about the same time it will take you to change the pan in the tractor. I think that I said that in the class too. I have done the oil pan gaskets in the tractor before and will not do it again.
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Thanks Don.
I guess that's what I wanted to know.
 
Now I have to decide if I want to pull the engine or live with a few dents in the pan.
 
Gut feeling is; live with the dents ( Ive seen worse on restos at shows).
 
But, I've never been one to rush into things, so I will mull it over before deciding.
 
Thanks again.
 
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Thanks for the video! I agree hope to see more like it in the future.
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So if I come back out of retirement what should I make a video about next?  
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Everything that happens before you are ready to put on the oil pan. Haha
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Originally posted by Don(MO) Don(MO) wrote:

So if I come back out of retirement what should I make a video about next?  


Engine rebuilding?????

What machining needs to be done, sleeve removal & replacement, main and rod bearing replacement, valve work and reassembling an engine.

I a mthe guy that originally asked you to make a video of your presentation at GOTO. Again, I want to thank you and all that were involved in making the video!!!! I have learned a lot from this video!

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Don,
How about a carb rebuild video?
I also would like to thank you and all who contributed the pan gasket video- it was very well done and helpful!
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Thanks Don for the effort you put into this. Thanks to Carlton and Corban for the video, stills and editing. Wish I would have know a few of these tricks about 7 year ago :)
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I was gonna suggest Don do the brake pins on a WD, but then we wouldn't be able to have any audio.
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There are some videos on YouTube about rebuilding Marvel Schebler carbs.

Here is one:

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