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Re: water in crank case

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10-04-2012 10:01:45

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i wanted to add this is just a beater tractor i use for firewood and the kids play on [poor mans 4wheeler]i am running HD30 oil

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10-04-2012 11:31:39

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 Does it have an oil filter? in reply to jerry4, 10-04-2012 10:01:45  
Two oil changes should have gotten most of the water out unless there was water in the filter. The rest of the water should evaporate with use. I will usually let them warm up a few minutes and then drain the oil.

I have heard water in oil will ruin car engine bearings.

If the case is sealed, then it is probably condensation. If the dipstick is missing, then oil would be flying out the dipstick tube.
Ford trucks are known to get a milky white slime on the oil fill cap if you only drive it a few minutes at a time.

Are you sure it isn't leaking watered down gas in the engine thru the carb or fuel pump?

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10-04-2012 13:25:58

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 Re: Does it have an oil filter? in reply to rrobert, 10-04-2012 11:31:39  
Are you sure it isn't leaking watered down gas in the engine thru the carb or fuel pump?


That would be my guess. One oil change should have removed the water.

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