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Re: 135 Leaking fuel

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Greg in KY

03-29-2013 07:42:42

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I believe I will have a real live mechanic fix it.

I ain't but just 52 years old and I have extensive experience working on stuff like this- mostly bad experiences.
When my Dad was alive and he was paying the bill then my experience costs were not so much of a concern as they are now.


I really appreciate all your replies.


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03-30-2013 18:29:56

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 Re: 135 Leaking fuel in reply to Greg in KY, 03-29-2013 07:42:42  
Greg, where in Ky are you. I just repaired one for a neighbor yesterday. it"s not too bad of a job, if you have done it before. I don"t know how far away from me that you are.

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03-29-2013 10:46:20

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 Re: 135 Leaking fuel in reply to Greg in KY, 03-29-2013 07:42:42  
Have to disagree with your approach. If your "mechanic" is not familiar with these CAV pumps and gets either one of the linkages hooked up wrong, then your real troubles will begin. Then you will have to have a 650 buck rebuild to set it right again. This is a simple, although tedious fix that can be done on the tractor in about 1 hour, including cleaning everything before opening. But, your call.

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