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Re: Ford Jubilee Trouble shooting....

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01-11-2013 20:55:40

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Ok I had some time the other and planned to tow the tractor into my shop so I could work on it inside. I keep it under a carport. I thought why not tried to start it and it fired right up. Granted its been in the 50's the past few days. So now would weak spark cause this. I know some people say they are hard to start in the could but it fired right up without missing a beat? I don't know! 12 volt conversion help with cold starting?

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01-12-2013 05:27:39

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 Re: Ford Jubilee Trouble shooting.... in reply to akdonkey, 01-11-2013 20:55:40  
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Everything known to man including man himself starts harder when cold. The key is to have you whatever in good enough condition to start at -40, then -10 won't make a difference. You need to divulge information in order to get meaningful recommendations. You state that everything was new last summer. I don't believe you. Are the rings new?

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01-13-2013 18:46:40

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 Re: Ford Jubilee Trouble shooting.... in reply to showcrop, 01-12-2013 05:27:39  
I'm not sure about engine overhaul. I wouldn't think so. It runs great doesn't smoke, it leaks some oil from around the filler hole. I had it hooked up to my battery charger. It has a start mode yes a 6v side! I've rebuilt the starter so to handle 12 volts. I planned to convert it to 12v. It has all new wiring on it. The current generator works great at keeping the 6volt battery charged. It may have had moister in the gas but it did start later. Maybe it just got scared when it heard me talk about a new Kubota! Haha! Thanks for all the help here. I do appreciate it. I plan to strip it down and repaint it this spring. Once I get these new bugs worked out!

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