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Re: TO-30 stalls when hot

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Inno

01-30-2013 07:10:14
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It is starving for fuel, check sediment bowl or any other filter you may have in the fuel line. Sometimes dirt will settle out once the tractor is stopped for awhile and the fuel will flow until you start using it then the dirt becomes mobile and lodges itself to block fuel flow. Failing that, clean the carb again, soak it real good in carb cleaner.

Any time you have to choke it to make it run it's a fuel problem.

Also check that your float level is set correctly .
This post was edited by Inno at 07:19:23 01/30/13 3 times.

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VTParts

01-30-2013 07:19:05
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 Re: TO-30 stalls when hot in reply to Inno, 01-30-2013 07:10:14  
Fuel can be a problem no doubt. I had the same issue with a Ferguson 35. It was not a fuel issue, the issue was anti-freeze was getting into the cylinders as a result of a cracked block. Would run for a while but once fluid got in the cylinders it would kill combustion. This was the tractor that got me started on parting them out. Couldn't find a block to fix it at that time.



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Spiker

01-30-2013 08:24:38
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 Re: TO-30 stalls when hot in reply to VTParts, 01-30-2013 07:19:05  
Wow... that was quick! Thanks for the feedback. No smoke when it stalls, so I will check the sediment route... change filters and blow out all the lines. Will let you all know.



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mark from the fort

01-30-2013 12:22:26
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 Re: TO-30 stalls when hot in reply to Spiker, 01-30-2013 08:24:38  
If you pull the sediment bulb, fabricate some sort of funnel/gutter to catch the gas and divert it into a couple of clean 5 gallon buckets. Although you tank may look empty or low.......I am always surprised by how much (and rapid) the gas flows when the sediment bulb is taken off. I have to do this each spring-well dont have too- but an excellent spring tune-up habit. I twist a very small drill by BY HAND and pull the crap up out of the tubes. then soft compressed air.
Hope this is it. I've had several times where the gas was just plain low in the tank and when I drove around the ol girl just wasnt gettin' enough juice. Another 5 in her belly would do the trick. just a little extra thought
... Mark

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purecty

01-31-2013 07:39:40
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 Re: TO-30 stalls when hot in reply to mark from the fort, 01-30-2013 12:22:26  
you are so right. when the gas is low they wont run hardly. my to-20 done that to me a few times before i figured out what was wrong. lots of trouble bill



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01-31-2013 05:32:34
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 Re: TO-30 stalls when hot in reply to mark from the fort, 01-30-2013 12:22:26  
I've switched all four of my fergys to inline filters an eliminated the numerous other filters and have had no problems with flow. With the original setup you won't know which one is clogged.



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