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Propane valves leaking

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Farmall 450 lpg tractor

10-31-2012 17:55:58
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The liquid vale and the vapor valve are both leaking on my 450 lp and i was wondering if the valves can be re-packed or rebuilt. If so where can i get a kit to do that. Or would i have to get whole new valves? Any input would be appreciated.




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trkrmtt

11-09-2012 23:58:30
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 Re: Propane valves leaking in reply to Farmall 450 lpg tractor, 10-31-2012 17:55:58  
understanding that you are 40% full
i work at a lp company for awhile
check with your supplier they may be able to do it for you at little or no cost,
if you replace them yourself you'll need a good grade of pipe thread sealer that is made for lp,
and do not use a pipe wench as it can turn a round fitting flat



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tntleake

11-04-2012 11:29:49
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 Re: Propane valves leaking in reply to Farmall 450 lpg tractor, 10-31-2012 17:55:58  
I bought new for my 350, can get you part numbers and vendor, email me



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Farmall 450 lp tractor

11-02-2012 20:47:56
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 Re: Propane valves leaking in reply to Farmall 450 lpg tractor, 10-31-2012 17:55:58  
Thanks i will try that but the problem is that my tank is at 40% and i am positive that i would have to empty the tank to repair the valves. So i will probably drive until empty and then repair the valves. Thanks again for the help.



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Hugh McKinney

11-02-2012 11:15:15
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 Re: Propane valves leaking in reply to Farmall 450 lpg tractor, 10-31-2012 17:55:58  
I have a 450 LP, and I am using an Impco regulator but would like to rebuild my Ensign so that it will look stock; any input or suggestions would be much appreciated, as far as rebuild kits. Thanks.



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John A.

10-31-2012 22:30:48
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 Re: Propane valves leaking in reply to Farmall 450 lpg tractor, 10-31-2012 17:55:58  
Farmall 450 LPG, others, The Standard Rego Valves in the tank can be fixed. My 656 LP needed new valve assemblies. Liquid & Vapor... The Base Stays with the tank hold it with a wrench and turn out the screw-in insert! I ordered mine from a local LPG dealer. You will need the #s that are stamped on the shoulders of the base. take the old valves with you to your local LPG Gas dealer. I replaced Liquid, Vapor, Fill, & the big Vapor bleed,,,(not the Small thumb bleed) all toll about $95.00 on 4 items. Hope this helps!
Later,
John A.

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Centex Farmall

10-31-2012 19:52:21
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 Re: Propane valves leaking in reply to Farmall 450 lpg tractor, 10-31-2012 17:55:58  
It depends on if you have original valves or if they're been changed out.

The originals I've fixed on my tractors basically used an O ring for the packing. IIRC you will need a small diameter but fat O ring and may have to check several places. I think I got mine at an auto parts store.

If they are aftermarket (most likely Rego, but other brands out there) You may be able to buy a packing and seat assembly that will fit your valve. Last time I worked on one like that it cost almost as much as a whole new valve, but sometimes pulling the valve body out of the tank can turn into an unwanted adventure. Check with your local propane dealer.

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BARRY HOWARD

10-31-2012 18:55:31
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 Re: Propane valves leaking in reply to Farmall 450 lpg tractor, 10-31-2012 17:55:58  
I have the problem on a 460 lp
If you find out something . let me know.



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504

10-31-2012 19:32:56
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 Re: Propane valves leaking in reply to BARRY HOWARD, 10-31-2012 18:55:31  
About any LP dealer will have, or can get new valves. If you changed the knobs from the old to the new, they would still look factory.



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