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Re: FARMALL 460 Stalling Issue
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So what you're saying is to set the tractor at an idle speed, and advance the spark (by turning the distributor) for max. RPM, and then set to the Factory specifications, which is 30 degrees advanced. Set the main fuel screw to 4 1/2 turns.
I have a question about the heat riser situation...... Let's assume it isn't working at all and it's stuck open. Once the engine is warmed up enough in a few minutes the flap is open anyway, so it wouldn't matter if the flat were stuck open would it?
It looks like my exhaust manifold was replaced not that long ago, and I believe the flap and spring were replaced at that time. It seems to be able to travel as far as it can till the counterweight hits the stop.
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