Topic: Re: For You Allis Experts
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Yes, it's a WD-45. The tractor serial# is located on the rear axil, just to the rear of the left break access plate, ( I just asked this same question a few weeks ago).
50/50 Acetone- ATF, but you need to make sure there is no water inside of the engine..put the plugs back in and cover the exaust, let it sit for a week, then remove the plugs and rock the tractor back and forth in high gear by pushing and pulling "by hand" on the rear tire. I have a WD...nearly the same thing only less hp and alittle older, good old tractors.
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