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Re: B leaking gas from pulley.

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makin hay

04-26-2013 18:00:27

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Thanks so much. I will start the hunt for a manual, big swap meet this weekend close by, hopefully I will find something.

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04-29-2013 04:56:41

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 Re: B leaking gas from pulley. in reply to makin hay, 04-26-2013 18:00:27  

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Lee B

04-26-2013 22:06:58

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 Re: B leaking gas from pulley. in reply to makin hay, 04-26-2013 18:00:27  
It's not so much a stuck needle valve in the carb, but the fact that someone left the gas on overnight. I know of no needle, and no carb that can stop a tankful of gas from getting into the engine when the gas is left on, while these same needles and carbs run just fine as long as the gas is shut off while the engine is off.

NOT really a problem, just shut off the gas and the problem goes away - and it happens to everybody at least once.

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cooney minnie

04-26-2013 18:43:30

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 Re: B leaking gas from pulley. in reply to makin hay, 04-26-2013 18:00:27  
Remember, the B was wade from 1935-52, and there were a lot of changes. Look for a book that matches your tractor. Your area of concern, the reduction gear cover and lube, was one area that changed- or at least did on A's.

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makin hay

04-27-2013 12:27:50

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 Re: B leaking gas from pulley. in reply to cooney minnie, 04-26-2013 18:43:30  
I cannot thank you all enough. I know to shut the gas off when engine off, do it on my IH's all the time. First green tractor I have ever owned!

The gas came out when I was loading it up on the trailer. I figure the auctioneers didnt shut gas off or whatever. Let it sit overnight and got over 2 1/2 gal of crappy black gas out of oil level petcock. Will drain entire crankcase overnight. THANKS!!!

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04-27-2013 13:36:49

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 Re: B leaking gas from pulley. in reply to makin hay, 04-27-2013 12:27:50  
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If your tractor is an all fuel model you could probably drain the case, add another gallon or two of gasoline, and pour the black nasty mix back into the big fuel tank. :D

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