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Old 10-02-2011, 07:17 PM
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Talking How many cylinders do you own?

Heven't seen this thread on the org and it's kinda fun so post away. You can count the cylinders in anything including your lawn mower, weed eater, chain saw, etc. Count em up and post the number. Include a list of the things you counted if you like.

I have 26 cylinders counting my '02 superduty(8), '54gmc(8), '81f100(6), lawn mower(1), weed eater(1), generator(1), and the pressurewasher(1)

How many do you have?
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Old 10-02-2011, 07:22 PM
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I guess I have 32...
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Old 10-02-2011, 07:57 PM
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Not that many

7.3 - 8 ; Toyota Tercell - 4 (actually 2); Honda Recon - 1 (actually 1/2); Suzuki quad - 1; Suzuki quad 1 (actually 1/2) ; Lawn mower - 1

So I personally only own 13 cylinder (anything "actually" I am in co-ownership)


But if I count the farm....

9610 - 6; 4440 - 6; 4230 - 6; 4020 - 6; 3010 - 4; International road tractor - 6; 81 International grain truck - 6; 85 International grain truck - 6; JCB telehandeler - 4; 675B Skid steer - 4; Lawn mower - 2; Lawn mower - 3; Lawn mower - 2; Chainsaw - 1; Chainsaw - 1; Chainsaw - 1; Chainsaw - 1; Weed eater - 1; Weed eater - 1; Weed eater - 1

So thats 68 on the farm

Oh, I didn't realize this was a CCR only thread, you should move it to the general discussion, so we all can play

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Old 10-02-2011, 08:07 PM
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My truck (8), suburban (8), boat (8), pontoon (4), jetski (2), subaru (4), 4-runner (6), mercury sable (6), Saturn (6), pressure washer (1), weed eater (1), two lawn mowers (2), chainsaw (1), snowblower (1), dirtbike (1), generator (1), and I think that's all...

So a grand total of 60 cylinders... And every single one of them fires properly!

EDIT - Oops, I just realized this is a CCR thread too.. I agree, it should be moved to general discussion
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Truck (8), Car (8), spare motor (8) Pressure washer (1), ATV (1), and (1) cylinder sitting around from who knows where. Total (27)
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Kia/4
IDI/8
Benz/5
Tractor/4
Lawn Tractor/2
Push mower/1
echo/1
poulan/1
Cummins/6
Wood trasher/1


41 cyl on the property.
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F350=8
Subaru=4
Boat engines = 3
Lawn Tractor=2
ATV=1
Chain Saws=2
Chipper=1
Weedwackers=3
Riding mower=1
Push Mower=2
Bike=2
Dead Bike=4
Rototillers=2
Generators=2

37


That includes "non-running" tho.

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Old 10-03-2011, 08:40 AM
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Let see here

08 SD (8), 01 X (8), 96 F350 (8), 08 mustang (8), 72 Vista Cruiser (8), 71 Cutlass (8), 66 GTO (8), 410 Deere (4), 8N ford(4), Craftman Lawn Tractor (2), Zero turn (2), 2 generators @ 1 ea (2), Weedeater (1), and 2 Chainsaws @ 1 ea (2) I think that's it.

Let me get my shoes off may be I can count that high

I come up with 73. I might be off by one toe
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Sd/8
Fucus/4
mower/1
weed whacker/1
generator/1
chainsaw/1
chainsaw/1

Total of 16.
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69 roadrunner 8, truck 8, kia forte 4, generator on trailer 1, two polaris 800 v twins so 4 there
Not many but enough to make bills every months a little stressfull

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