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Re: Here's a couple pics of the Farmall B

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09-03-2013 17:21:35

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Seen more then one that had lots of water in the oil pan but still the engine was not locked up. So is the engine locked up or not??? If yes pull the plugs and see if it has water in the cylinders. Was the exhaust covered or open?? A couple years ago I used a block from a B and internal parts of an A engine to build a good engine. The A engine was broken in a number of places so use parts of 2 Bs and the A to build my BA and still have lots of parts for both the A and the B on hand

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09-03-2013 17:45:27

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 Re: Here's a couple pics of the Farmall B in reply to old, 09-03-2013 17:21:35  
Yes, the engine is locked up. I have PBlaster and Marvel Mystery Oil soaking in the cylinders. The exhaust was covered but the manifold rusted into. I'm gonna try the setting the cylinders of fire trick next week. I haven't looked inside the tranny yet, but it is free and shifts ok.
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09-03-2013 17:55:17

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 Re: Here's a couple pics of the Farmall B in reply to Blackriver, 09-03-2013 17:45:27  
Use a rag and get rid of the PB and MMO and fill with ATF it works faster and better. I have tried many many things over the years and found ATF works far better then any thing else ever has

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