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I'll bet if you post a video of the tractor running, it doesn't sound good. That #1 cylinder can't possibly be firing, and #2 isn't firing much. #3 and #4 are barely adequate to fire. In fact I'm surprised you can get the tractor to start without towing it and spinning the bejeezus out of the engine.
Your tractor must sound like an old 2-cylinder JD, pop-pop, pop-pop. It's supposed to sound like a sewing machine, nice and smooth.
On a 200, you can SEE the pistons reach TDC from the spark plug holes. Shine a light down in there and see if #1 is moving up and down.
Definitely going to have to dig into the engine to find what's wrong.
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