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Re: TD6 starter

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09-26-2013 05:24:13

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thanks for the reply chuck,I have the starter off,ring gear and drive gear are in good shape,this tractor has a front mount hyd pump for the B-E dozer,I replaced the engine block years ago with a Farmall 450D block so I know what is involved to replace the ring gear,it"s alwas been hard to start,I have been through the carb,mag.plugs,checked the starting linkage,I wondering if it needs a pump diconnect so it would turn the engine over better in cold weather,I"m in central Iowa,where are you located,Al

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09-28-2013 20:18:44

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 Re: TD6 starter in reply to farm-al, 09-26-2013 05:24:13  
My second question is what plugs are you using? I abhore champion plugs but the only one seems to work in the td6 and 9 is the champ W89D. Very unusual looking plug and very foul resistant and as you might guess they are readily available at $9+ each! Third question is checking the adjust on the spring loaded arm on the pump, making sure it turns fuel all off. Tractor wants to keep running while trying to shut down. My first question is checking not only the adjustment of the butterflies in the intake manifold, but verifing that they close all the way each time. This problem stumped me for months! best wishes, chuck.

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