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Re: 4020 side console gas

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02-20-2013 05:29:19

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Larry, I looked around and it took a couple weeks but I ended up getting one for $250 Complete. Local junk yards wanted a 1000k for one and I couldn't justify that as mine is for a project and I'm in no rush. I also asked the guy how often someone comes looking for one he said not often. I talked to another guy on Tuesday that had one for sale for 2 years and it sold Monday complete for 600$.. I've also heard lots of stories of guys sitting on them forever and just scrapping them. If the one I bought turns out to be junk I will give you a call.. Someone will be interested in it at the right price..

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Tim S

02-20-2013 05:51:30

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 Re: 4020 side console gas in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 02-20-2013 05:29:19  
Yes, I had 3 of them setting on my rack for a few years, one was a very good one, I put in a dairy magazine for Northern Ohio, thinking one of the Dairy farmers may need one since they are good for cold weather starting,,I got One call,,the guy wanted to know what I did with the rest of the I junked 2 of them and gave the good one to a friend...

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02-20-2013 08:44:54

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 Re: 4020 side console gas in reply to Tim S, 02-20-2013 05:51:30  
Tim would you happen to have a good govenor housing for a late 4020 gas laying around I would be interested in one if you did.
Larry I would also be interested in the side panels if you do part it out as well as maybe the hood. Also I would be interested in the rear axles and final drives if the axles are long and have the rack cut in all the way for 30 inch rows.
Its too bad though that every body can't see the value of a great starting gas tractor for loader work in the winter. Also the 4020 side console gas and LP are going to be getting hard to find
This post was edited by sideconsole4020guy at 08:46:55 02/20/13.

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Tim S

02-20-2013 09:15:13

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 Re: 4020 side console gas in reply to sideconsole4020guy, 02-20-2013 08:44:54  
No I don't have any gas parts,, I really don't like them, even though I know they have their place.

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Tx Jim

02-20-2013 09:45:49

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 Re: 4020 side console gas in reply to Tim S, 02-20-2013 09:15:13  
JD's gasoline 4 & 6 cyl. engines weren't known for being the best running and most economical engines on fuel available

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02-20-2013 12:07:23

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 Re: 4020 side console gas in reply to Tx Jim, 02-20-2013 09:45:49  
If the owners would check for plugged or over tightened air cleaners. Choke blades that look open but are not. Toss the marvel carb in the trash and use a Zenith. And ensure the timing both initial and advance are correct and move. Then tweak and tune advance and mixture for max economy instead of max power. Lean is mean on idle and main. A lot of those tractors are also missing the stat or have too cold of a stat installed.

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02-20-2013 12:13:37

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 Re: 4020 side console gas in reply to buickanddeere, 02-20-2013 12:07:23  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Surely you've heard the old saying "[IF a frog had wings] he wouldn't bump his BO-BO every time he jumped"

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