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Larry NEIL

05-20-2013 10:20:07

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If it runs as good as it looks, you did good!

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05-20-2013 13:45:28

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 Re: My in reply to Larry NEIL, 05-20-2013 10:20:07  
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Other than the issue with it sputter out on us last night (see post above) it is running great, no smoke, smooth, I'm liking it.
I am hoping the issue with the lack of fuel (assuming that's what it is) is a quick and easy fix.
I can see this little tractor quickly becoming our favorite and getting lots of use. It is such a nice size to weight ratio and the live PTO/Hydraulics are super compared to the 9N I had before.

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05-20-2013 14:09:08

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 Re: My in reply to pcastleberg, 05-20-2013 13:45:28  
You seem happy with your purchase, even more than that! That oliver seems to be the ideal small-holder tractor.

Turning off the fuel may be a small issue of carb inlet valve not seating perfectly, but turning off the fuel is a simple safety precaution - always.

No comparison with the Ford, I'm afraid. Different league altogether!


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05-20-2013 14:13:38

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 Re: My in reply to olive90owner, 05-20-2013 14:09:08  
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No argument on that front...I was always frustrated by the Ford's lack of power (for what I needed) and lack of live PTO/Hydraulics.
That's why I sold it last year (without having a ready replacement) to my hay supplier (neighboring farmer). It's perfect for him as a raking tractor and wagon puller for his baling operations. :)

Glad it found a good home and extremely glad I got the 550 now to replace it.

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