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Massey Harris & Massey Ferguson Tractors Discussion Forum
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fe35 gas standard

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2tractors

08-28-2012 13:23:18
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After replacing the 2 gears and timing chain on the fe35 gas and installing a new line with solder to the banjo fitting on the side of the block I now have no oil to pressure gauge. The line isn't stopped up as air will blow thru.The threaded bolt holding the banjo to block has a flat spot with the threads being adsent and I've tried turning both the bolt and the banjo to see if it's got to be aligned with a hole or something. Anybody got a manual that shows anything about the oil line and banjo fitting?Pressure was good before. 60 lbs.

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Tony in Mass.

08-29-2012 15:29:52
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 Re: fe35 gas standard in reply to 2tractors, 08-28-2012 13:23:18  

I kinda sorta think this is what U R talking about...

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2tractors

08-31-2012 06:32:00
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 Re: fe35 gas standard in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-29-2012 15:29:52  
Yep, that's the one . Thanks Tony.



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2tractors

08-28-2012 15:31:22
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 Re: fe35 gas standard in reply to 2tractors, 08-28-2012 13:23:18  
I can take the banjo off and just screw in the flat sided bolt and still it won't even leak but switch it off and take out the bolt and oil pours out.Your 23c has a standard diesel and should have the banjo, look at it and tell me what time its at with straight up being 12.



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Tony in Mass.

08-28-2012 14:16:57
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 Re: fe35 gas standard in reply to 2tractors, 08-28-2012 13:23:18  
Here's an ol indian trick.... actually an ol Allis Chalmers trick.... unhook the line as far up hill as you can, gauge or first union,,, and take a small sqeeze or pump oilcan, and prime it. Fisrt not running, then crank, running if you dare, cause when you got the line and pump primed, things could get messy.



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