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Re: Alllis CA

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Dick L

04-14-2013 14:40:35

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Pull starting can both be good or bad. It becomes bad when the tires slide in high gears. You can very well end up with at he least bent pushrods and if the tires can get a good grip bend a rod.

When you know that something could be in the cylinders never try to pull without pulling with all spark plugs removed to make sure all oil or water has been blown out thru the spark plug holes that could fill the firing chamber to block rotation and bend a rod.

When the tires slide you need to first pull the valve cover to check for stuck valves. One stuck valve can slide a tire. Then if the tire gets a good grip on something the push rod goes into a U.

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Ted in NE-OH

04-14-2013 19:16:42

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 Re: Alllis CA in reply to Dick L, 04-14-2013 14:40:35  
After checking the valves to be sure they are not froze up.Put some ATF/acetone in each cylinder let set for a while. With spark plugs out, jack up one rear wheel, put in 4th gear and rock the rear tire back and forth every day, but not too hard, it will eventually come loose and start to move, keep doing that eventually you will get one full revolution. If that does not do it remove the crank shaft and work on one piston at a time.

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