Start with the basics. Verify that you have a bright bluish white spark at the plugs that will jump a good 3/8". Short or yellowish spark will not do. Next check your fuel. Remove the plug on the bottom of the carb and let gas wizz into a can for at least 1 full minute. It should not slow down or stop in that time.
Re: Ford 4000 in reply to davida, 10-08-2012 10:22:32
Yes, same location and same depth of holes where the spark plug washer or copper washer on an injector seats against the head. They are different heads - gasser does not have the locations for injector studs cast in. Valves, rocker arms and push rods are the same part #s between the two.
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