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Darkstar_MiningRe: china made engines
http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&sugexp=frgbld&pq=kohler&cp=12&gs_id=o&xhr=t&q=kohler+ch980&um=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&biw=1280&bih=685&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=13050872721662439104&sa=X&ei=KNKFT6vlC4_K0AG1qqzQBw&ved=0CGQQ8wIwAg

this is a steal!!
growlerRe: china made engines
This handy for any small engine: http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/NTEprodprint?productId=200311061&storeId=6970&catalogId=4006970&langId=-1 Cub I dont know how to make a hot link, thanks for earlier one, jimmy p.s. dont forget Tiny Tach
cubsquealRe: china made engines

Some of the deals on the Chinese pumps are hard to beat. Look at the going price on the one below:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/180752870732

I bought one of these for about $38 and one for a friend at about $48.

Hard to pass up deals like that.
MarshallAkRe: china made engines
Yep...I agree.
And the surprising thing is the "crappy" Chinese engines aren't really crappy at all...they are actually quite good. Virtually all of the ones I've seen, owned, used, or tested started and ran quite well. In stark contrast to the genuinely CRAPPY Tecumseh engines I've owned over the years. (pop...bang....brrrreeeh...pop...bang...brrreeeh...pop...bang...sputter...cough...)(with flame blowing out muffler)(this after pulling on the starter rope 15 or 20 times to get the stupid thing to finally start) Was on snowblower that I finally got rid of at yard sale for $50. The only good thing is I didn't have to pay them to take it...
:devil:

Marshall
LipCaRe: china made engines
This was from that last link:

"you can buy a small engine made in the US or Canada for $350 for example, and sell it for $450. You make $100 every time. You sell 10 machines, you make $1000.

you then have a choice, to buy a crappy chinese engine for $150 and sell it for the same $450. You make $300 every time but you sell only 7 out of 10 machines, because some people don't want a chinese engine. You make $2,100 instead of $1000 before.
So... do you want to make $1000 or $2,100?.... the decision is easy people. Anyone would make that decision. You don't have to be a greedy CEO to want to make $2100 instead of $1000. Right?

In school, they teach this subject called "economics". It's not rocket science."

What's wrong with that statement?
Well, you wouldn't sell the "crappy chinese engine" for the same "$450". It would be more like $200 and you would sell more than 7 out of 10 because people will buy cheap engines.

As a prime example, I have a 2.5 hp clone that I bought for $99. Still new in the box. And, a 6.5 hp clone I paid $129 for. Still new in the box.
Who wouldn't do that to have a spare for an emergency?

I have Hondas of the same too but what if they break down?
leonardRe: china made engines
Quote: cubsqueal at 02:06:33 Sat Jan 7 2012


For above post:

http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/load/tractor/msg022347193778.html


It just amazes me at the things you find on this and other forums. I learn all kinds of things you'd never suspect from the people that post here.

Leonard
cubsquealRe: china made engines

For above post:

http://forums2.gardenweb.com/forums/load/tractor/msg022347193778.html
leonardRe: china made engines
Quote: peluk at 00:57:35 Sat Jan 7 2012

I'd buy an American made pump in a wink if it has a good track record.My Hondas have to quit first however.
In the meantime,are all Vanguard motors of the Intek series? If not,are the Vanguard designs generally dependable or must I look for the Intek tag?


I think you would be happy with an Intek. It has a high mounted gas tank so it doesn't have to suck gas up into the carburerator?? so it starts right away on the first pull most of the time. The Vanguard has pressurized oil with filters which the Intek doesn't. The Vanguard are top of the line engines but the Intek are high mid-line engines.

Leonard
pelukRe: china made engines
I'd buy an American made pump in a wink if it has a good track record.My Hondas have to quit first however.
In the meantime,are all Vanguard motors of the Intek series? If not,are the Vanguard designs generally dependable or must I look for the Intek tag?
justbill67Re: china made engines
I'm with you Leonad.I'll never go back.We need to team up om Russ till he get puts an intek on his dredge..Bill

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