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Re: 51 8n

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Lisa K

11-12-2012 16:43:38

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It's from the engine, we disengaged the pto as the seal leaks and it's low on fluid, which we didn't wanna fill up till we knew the condition of the motor. We do have a spare pump if it turns out to be bad. Atleast we purchased it for 700 so we have some room to spend some money on it. i think we will be dropping the oil pan and removing valve covers to see if we can see what's going on. we never did depress the clutch, might have to start it one more time to see if the noise goes away.

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11-13-2012 07:24:24

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 Re: 51 8n in reply to Lisa K, 11-12-2012 16:43:38  
I guess you know you can't drop the oil pan unless you remove the hood and tank and the whole front axle?????????

I'm in the process of replacing the crankshaft on a 9N that was run without oil pressure when the oil pump lost it's prime because the gasket where the pick up tube is bolted to the oil pump was broken allowing air in the pump. Ruined one of the throws on the crankshaft.


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Lisa K

11-13-2012 08:54:15

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 Re: 51 8n in reply to ZANE, 11-13-2012 07:24:24  
Yeah i was doing some reading about removing the font axle. I would say the 3 times we started it it didn't even run for a minute total. the oil pressure came up on the 3rd start. we won't get around to tinkering with it till the weekend probably, the hood we already had off to clean the tank and rewire. so we didnt bolt it back on yet just set it in place. When we cranked it over without the key on we heard no funny noises in the motor. i will report back soon as we get to tinkering around with it!!

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11-13-2012 18:16:20

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 Re: 51 8n in reply to Lisa K, 11-13-2012 08:54:15  
Hope you have better luck with yours than I did with the one I'm working on now.


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