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Massey Harris Pony Timing

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10-13-2011 16:35:44

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I bought a Massey Harris Pony that was not running. The guy I had bought it from had tried to get it running. I found he had the spark plug wires crossed and the gas line was stopped up. I did get it running, but it is not right. It does not have enough power to pull itself. I think the timing may be off. I looked for the timing mark on the fly wheel but could not find it. Is the mark deep and easy to find or is it a shallow line that can be hard to see? Is it located close to pressure plate bolt hole or some other reference mark?

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10-14-2011 09:59:06

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 Re: Massey Harris Pony Timing in reply to larry999, 10-13-2011 16:35:44  
Or the carb needs cleaning/adjusting/repair. They are very fussy about slack around the throttle shaft. And be sure there is a good seal between the two halves of the carb.

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Sean Feeney

10-14-2011 06:06:40

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 Re: Massey Harris Pony Timing in reply to larry999, 10-13-2011 16:35:44  
I'll bet the valves need adjusting

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