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Re: crankcase full of diesel

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J. Schwiebert

11-12-2012 03:57:31

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Well first of all how fast does the pan fill? Does it fill while you are not using the tractor. The little O-ring could be the problem and you can change it yourself in about 15-20 minutes. Find me on the HPOCA site if you want details.

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Mark Curtis

11-12-2012 13:19:03

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 Re: crankcase full of diesel in reply to J. Schwiebert, 11-12-2012 03:57:31  
I have a Super 55 oliver restored. I take it out on occasions so it isn't running a lot. The level of the oil/fuel mixture is about two 2 inches above the high level mark on the dip-stick. I observed splashes of oil on the frame the last time I had it out and investigated. I was told I needed to replace a seal in the pump. The tractor runs fine. I just need to stop that leak.

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J. Schwiebert

11-12-2012 18:39:41

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 Re: crankcase full of diesel in reply to Mark Curtis, 11-12-2012 13:19:03  
How can I contact you?

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Mark Curtis

11-13-2012 19:10:02

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 Re: crankcase full of diesel in reply to J. Schwiebert, 11-12-2012 18:39:41  
get in touch with me at

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