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Re: Allis B acting up

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ed in cny

06-19-2013 11:29:03

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Thanks guys for the responses. It does sit out summers when I use it. I have a can over the stack and have had it that way for some years. Yes there could be the off chance that it got water in it. However I managed to get it running and work it for about an hour. It got bogged down and stalled and there she sits. Old I have had AC in it before but I"ll give these a try. Can"t hurt unless they are made of gold$$. To get do the process you describe is rather tricky with hand start. With all that moving around bout the only way would be in the dead of night. I just haven"t found a good way of checking the spark that way. I do hear the impulse clicking so I know it"s turning and making noise. I"ll get the plugs and give it another try tonight after work.

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06-19-2013 12:00:12

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 Re: Allis B acting up in reply to ed in cny, 06-19-2013 11:29:03  
Ya hand start and checking spark that jumps a 1/4 inch gap can be tricky if your doing it all by your self BTDT and do it all the time. Have a 1935 JD-B that is hand start and checking spark on it can be hard to do. You could always do it the ouch way. Pull the plugs and spin it over with one hand and hold a plug wire with the other one. If you jump a foot off the ground you know you have good spark. Bad thing is you have to try that 4 times to know you have it at all 4 plug wires

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