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Tony in Mass.
So you are in Arizona? Yeah, clean the gas tank. I bet there's a cup of dirt in there, and the tube of the sediment bowl- but you did get it running? cool. Don't worry about the 3 point, it is suppose to stay up while running, but slowly fall back when off, a safety feature sorta thing. Tires are tires, that's why I haunt Craigslist twice a day. Yes, stiff sidewall truck 16's are perfect for the loader tractors.
Any of the manuals with 134 cu.in. in the title will get you going, but an operator's for your particular one is nice too. You are luck to get an industrial with 3 point and pto, lots don't.
Can you post pics on here? That can be harder than fixing tractors.....
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