The proper way to break-in a new engine. Aired 12/11/21.December 18, 2021
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The first few miles or hours of operation are the formative time for any new engine. Just as seed-to-soil contact is the key to germination, the operating state the engine is exposed to will set the stage for the rest of its useful life. The Hot Rod Farmer explains what needs to be done in this episode and introduces a new segment to the radio show, “Under the Sheetmetal”.
Success on the farm or ranch requires efficient machinery. I am Ray Bohacz, the Hot Rod Farmer from New Jersey, and I want to help you maximize the reliability of your equipment.
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