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Re: What am i looking at?

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11-25-2012 11:34:06

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On a continental gas engine, look for milky engine oil, and then slowly walk away and see if you can find a decent block .... milky rear end oil is normal and usually only requires a washout and new oil and rubber gaiters around the gear levers. Look to see if it has Multi-power, there will be a rod going down into the gearbox from under the battery tray like the one with the little bellows affair in my picture. If the tractor will not start and you cannot check the multi operation(semi automatic overdrive on every gear) remember to assume it is not working when you are making your deal as it can get spendy! Sam

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11-26-2012 07:09:11

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 Re: What am i looking at? in reply to samn40, 11-25-2012 11:34:06  
Ya know Sam, I hate to agrue with you about anything but beer, but I wouldn't worry about a -what are in these in non diesel? 176 Cont's? But I have a gas 65 with a multipower...and in nearly 2 years...I have yet to tamper with it. Whatever position that lever was in, it hasn't moved... just out of fear of the unknown...
All in all, Steam better just pay the man and sort it out when it gets home.

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