200 Tonne LeTourneau 2350 Gen II being moved from Perth Western Australia to the mines, on 2 x Mack Titans from Charles Hull Contracting , the buckets follows on a Triton Transport truck.
TV show which aired from 1981-1987
Small video showing the procedure of adjusting the rockers arms on Mercruiser 3.0 engine. This will work on any Mercruiser engine as far as adjusting the arms but wont be in the same order...
http://www.reefari.com Fuel filters are an essential part of any outboard motor, and recommend changing regularly, every 100 hours is ideal, and ensure good clean fuel for your outboard motor. Today's modern 4 stroke engines and especially with fuel injectors block up easy, and hate water. I highly recommend a good quality inline fuel filter between your tank and motor and these racor fuel filters have a good sightglass where you can see Water accumulate before entering your motor. Water is one of the worst thing for today's four stroke. If Water does accumulate, easy to drain. Check out our video, but has heaps more on replacing the inline and the small filter on your motor. Your local marine dealer will stock these filters and are easy to change. I don't claim to be an expert by any means, but is an easy job which can save a few dollars. Keep an eye out for Water and will save a lot of grief. Check out our other videos on how to service your motor and change your gear oil, well worth watching. That's most of the servicing done on our project Cat, and we'll be back fishing soon, with some more great videos to come. Please subscribe for more great boating tips, and even better fishing. Cheers Greg Also check out our Charter boat page with a boat to suit you at, http://www.reefari.com/charters/index.html
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