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Re: Hydraulic question

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milk trout

02-17-2013 14:37:51

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I have no idea where the control valve is or what its or what Im looking at inside...Ill check for fluid movement. If its not moving then what? Also, on the air arguement- My fluid level was waaay low- not even on the dipstick- due to leaky seal..but I did NOT run it that way. I just put 4 gallons of fluid in, she is right on the full line.

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02-18-2013 08:57:15

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 Re: Hydraulic question in reply to milk trout, 02-17-2013 14:37:51  
Do you have the I-T FO-4 manual?? If you do there are some good pictures in it as to the control linkage. If you do not have it you need to get it. As for the air I saw you said something about filling it so knew air was not the problems

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02-18-2013 09:37:13

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 Re: Hydraulic question in reply to old, 02-18-2013 08:57:15  
I do not have that manual...where can I get it? Thanks again for your help everyone. more thing- I have had carb trouble forever- thing rusts like crazy in Florida humidity...just had a master rebuild of it...and it was sand blasted and acid dipped...started her up, a couple of adjustments and it runs MUCH better...wonderin about a timing issue though...while running at a good pace in second or first, when i throttle down she back fire- not every time, once in a while...and 3rd gear it has no power and takes forever to "ramp up" and go... what do you think?

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02-18-2013 09:53:42

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 Re: Hydraulic question in reply to milk trout, 02-18-2013 09:37:13  
Most any farm and home store should have that manual or be able to get it as well as a tractor dealer. As for timing refresh my memory what are you working on?? If it is a front mount distributor not likely to be a timing problem but could be a point gap problem. Points need to be set at 0.015 and be sure to check it on all 4 lobes

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