Re: Fordson Model F
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If I could get my Photobucket account to work properly, I would have already posted some pictures, hopefully later on tonight.
From what I see and am told, the manifold is not cracked. Currently the motor is stuck, but nothing is open/missing. I don't think it is filled with water, but possibly stuck due to condensation.
What is normally bolted on the front of the engine, slightly to the right side? (when facing radiator) There are 2 bolts sticking out that give me the indicaiton that something was there previously. (just below the fan a bit) I also noticed that up at the front, at the top of head, there is a lever that looks like it would rotate, that seems to go back to the carb/butterfly housing area? What is that for?
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