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Re: putting corn oil in my 8n tractor.
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don't remember who, but someone here puts
peanut oil in the gas to give the exhaust a smell during parades :)
my engines get ATF, MMO, Seafoam, 2-stroke oil in the gas, whatever is on the shelf at the time.
cheap insurance, and they actually do work/clean combustion chambers a little, when the tractor is working.
sold me years ago seeing thousands of black specs
appear on the light gray hood of a vertical exhaust tractor
after running Seafoam.
It also cured a run-on problem I had on one, even after sorting out the ignition, carb, etc. hot spot carbon probably
(note: when first running whatever cleaning stuff you prefer, with a vertical exhaust tractor, wear goggles when working it hard on a windy day. those hot cinders getting cleaned/thrown out HURT)
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