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Re: Case 511B hard starting

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j hikemper

09-05-2013 15:01:52

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modern bs gas,, ifyou work it hard like I have on a 8ft disc mower , you will boil the gas ,,wrap the gas line in foil and put a heat baffle between tank and motor ,///the 159 motor IMHO is marginal in best conditions ,, I have one , it fights like siisified scm,,. to make both these tractors run like a DC CASE , I suggest autolite plugs , solid copper plug wires , a new hot coil , and electronic ignition,.

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Mike St.

09-05-2013 17:04:55

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 Re: Case 511B hard starting in reply to j hikemper, 09-05-2013 15:01:52  
Thank you for the info. I have worked on numerous old tractors but never a Case. By your suggestions it can be a combination of both electrical and gas. I have my work "cut out for me". Again, thank you.

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j hikemper

09-05-2013 19:29:19

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 Re: Case 511B hard starting in reply to Mike St., 09-05-2013 17:04:55  
mike , my observation of gasser deers are havin the worst trouble , seems that ford and ihc are immune to the modern fuel problems /// you should be able to start when warmed up ..true , I have stalled a gasser before in aload , and it required a half hour to cool before it started ,, ,,one thing I have always wanted to do is chek the valves for correct setting ,, this should be done hot

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