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PartsMan79

02-12-2018 10:11:44




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Hi all. New guy here from Oklahoma just pulled Grandpa's old case out of the pasture. I was the last one to drive her but that was over twenty years ago. Wish me luck!

Am I crazy to think I can lube the pistons by pouring down the exhaust manifold with the decompression valve open?




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PartsMan79

02-17-2018 13:04:35




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to PartsMan79, 02-12-2018 10:11:44  

Pic of loading her on the trailer.
Kind of tricky with three flat tires.



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PartsMan79

02-17-2018 13:00:45




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to PartsMan79, 02-12-2018 10:11:44  
We got the old tractor hauled to my work so I can get started on her.

The serial number plate says it is a 702b. Is this an orchard model?
I do not remember it ever having full fenders. Grandpa used it to grow wheat.



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Ande

02-15-2018 19:36:19




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to PartsMan79, 02-12-2018 10:11:44  
Welcome! Glad you joined us, we look forward to seeing more of you and the "700B"



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Ande

02-15-2018 19:42:04




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to Ande, 02-15-2018 19:36:19  
Crack your engine oil plug a little ways and see if any engine coolant has leaked past the sleeves from sitting.



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PartsMan79

02-13-2018 07:08:20




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to PartsMan79, 02-12-2018 10:11:44  
Yes it is a Diesel. Definitely keeping it. I might be disowned if I sold Grandpa's tractor :).
Going to do our best to get it fixed up.



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kevinthefixer

02-13-2018 05:07:55




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to PartsMan79, 02-12-2018 10:11:44  
Eyes getting worse daily. Maybe you can see that as an injection pump; I see a blob. Sorry!



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Case addict

02-12-2018 20:57:55




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to PartsMan79, 02-12-2018 10:11:44  
Pretty nice tractor! Are you intending to keep it and get it running again?



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casecollectorsc

02-12-2018 18:06:13




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to PartsMan79, 02-12-2018 10:11:44  
Pull the cap off the end of the rack in the injection pump to make sure it isn't stuck. Top front edge of the pump...3/4 wrench fits the two flat sides.



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kevinthefixer

02-12-2018 17:59:13




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to PartsMan79, 02-12-2018 10:11:44  
Seems much more certain to simply unscrew the plugs. It is a gasser, right?



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olgentdc

02-12-2018 18:21:40




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 Re: New 700b Guy in reply to kevinthefixer, 02-12-2018 17:59:13  
the injector pump can be seen on the right, kevin ,it is silver. 700 guy ,as long water is kept out of exhaust,you should be good to go , drain the pan ,check for water



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