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Old 08-04-2005, 03:11:48 PM
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Drove a total of 12 hours yesterday, about 600mi in all, but when I got home, I had a few new toys in the back of the truck. Haven't unloaded them yet, and have to build carts, but they're two nice additions.

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A Sta-Rite and a Bulldog, I would say that was worth the drive Nice engines
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NICE!! I have a Bull Dog and they're nice! I would love to own a Sta-Rite! I've never seen a Bull Dog Oil before.

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What is a bulldog oil ? I have a11/2 and a 21/2 bulldog engine never seen one of them and by the way looking for a mixer for the 21/2 or would like to get one cast for mine if anyone can help me Thanks Steve
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Steve -

That engine is a Bulldog HVID, or an early, early diesel engine. It's the only one I've ever seen.

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