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Re: 800 getting to much fuel

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c.hesss

11-18-2012 08:25:23
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If it starts well in cold weather dont touch anything!!!!! Just put some fuel conditioner in an run it hard for couple days before you spend unnessary money.Some white smoke on start up on 40 year old engine is expected.Fact it starts well in cold indicates it is in pretty good shape.I would sure run an check overall cndition of engine before putting wrench to any thing. Make sure thermostat is keeping engine in 180 degree area also.

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Case8940

11-18-2012 08:38:35
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 Re: 800 getting to much fuel in reply to c.hesss, 11-18-2012 08:25:23  
What do you recommend for a diesel conditioner?



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Case Nutty 1660

11-18-2012 12:02:53
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 Re: 800 getting to much fuel in reply to Case8940, 11-18-2012 08:38:35  
I like Standyne or Howse's myself I use conditioner all the time not just when I have a problem but thats me cnt



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Case8940

11-18-2012 18:08:44
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 Re: 800 getting to much fuel in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-18-2012 12:02:53  
CNT, You have mentioned before adding 2 stroke oil or motor oil to your diesel for extra lubrication. How much should a person add? We always run straight diesel, no bio in the older tractors. Thanks for the advice.



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Case Nutty 1660

11-18-2012 18:28:24
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 Re: 800 getting to much fuel in reply to Case8940, 11-18-2012 18:08:44  
I add at least 2 gallons to a hundred gallons of fuel most times but have run a much higher ratio with zero problems in summer runnning,, cnt



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