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Gentlemen,

Tom Arnold kindly encouraged me to join this site and post a link to my website, www.kirkengines.com. I run a small internet hobby business catering to older lawn and garden tractors. I've developed some accessories for Kohler K-series engines that I've tested on my tractors that have proven to enhance the performance, running quality, and cold-weather starting of Kohler engines. Please browse my catalog and see if there is anything that you might need.

Please note - My website only works with Microsoft Internet Explorer. Other web browsers seem to not display product prices and other important information. I'm working on fixing this problem.

Thanks very much!

Dave Kirk
Kirk Engines, Inc.
 

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Thanks for dropping in Dave and posting about your site.

To all those reading this thread, this is an excellent opportunity for you to take a look at all the items Dave has on his site and then ask him any questions regarding what those items will do, how well they work and so forth. Even if you don't think you have a need right now, it is good to know that this items are out there along with the benefits of having them. You never know when things may change and you suddenly have an itch that needs to be scratched.

So don't pass this chance up. Dave is not necessarily a Case or Ingersoll guy and therefore.... he won't be hanging around this site daily to answer your questions two weeks from now. :sidelaugh: I did the work to get him here..... the rest is up to you guys.
 

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Welcome Dave,

I'm glad to see you've joined this forum and am sure many members who aren't already familiar with your products will find your information interesting.

My unpaid testimonial follows:

I've installed the Pointsaver on 4 Onan powered tractors so far and they work as advertised. I used to go through condensers and points on a fairly regular basis but the Pointsaver eliminates the condenser entirely. In addition, by eliminating high voltage to the points they should last indefinitely though I haven't had the Pointsaver long enough to verify this claim. :sidelaugh:

Most importantly, when I had a problem with one Pointsaver, Dave was very helpful in explaining how to test it and replaced it free without any hesitation!

The best part is that the Pointsaver is cheaper than a set of points and condenser so it pays for itself quickly.

And, Dave is correct about his web site--it doesn't work with Firefox. I hope he gets that fixed soon for the increasing proportion of people who are Explorer free.
 
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