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Re: John Deere B Engine Sludge

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Mike Aylward

03-17-2013 16:04:43

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Brandon, about any method of flushing will work pretty well to get the crud out of the engine, which you do want to do. I always have some Hy-Gard left from changing it in my farm tractors. I save it back and use it for a flushing agent. It seems to have strong detergent properties. I overfill a crankcase and then belt up to the tractor (not starting it) and let the oil do it's thing. It works very well. It might not be worth getting a bunch of new Hy-Gard for but if you have some lying around put it to good use here. It works. Mike

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Jake Winn

03-18-2013 12:55:45

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 Re: John Deere B Engine Sludge in reply to Mike Aylward, 03-17-2013 16:04:43  
I agree with the HY-Gard trick. It works really well and wont harm a thing.

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03-17-2013 17:56:00

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 Re: John Deere B Engine Sludge in reply to Mike Aylward, 03-17-2013 16:04:43  
As Mike said, hy gard works well but is expensive if you dont have used around. The good thing about using fuel or hy gard, is that not only does it flush but also will loosen up stuck or frozen parts while its in there.

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