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Re: Farmall H won't pull

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12-12-2012 06:42:56

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Also i don't think the engine is worn out at least on one of them because the previous owner stated it had been rebuilt a few years back and it shows all those signs. Starts, runs, idles great.

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12-12-2012 07:23:27

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 Re: Farmall H won't pull in reply to 330 Standard, 12-12-2012 06:42:56  
starts,runs, idles great is not how you tell an engines condition. you need to know the oil consumption of the engine and do a compression check. i have seen engines with burnt valves start , run and idle. even if you go and pull 2 plug wires off they still start pretty good. i was going to suggest clutch disc worn out , but how can this be on 2 tractors at same time? if your just driving and tractor speed slows down and engine speed stays the same and you come to a stop has to be clutch slipping. like we are not getting proper description of whats happening.

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12-12-2012 07:33:31

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 Re: Farmall H won't pull in reply to rustred, 12-12-2012 07:23:27  
Your exactly right. Just driving around, engine speed stays the same and tractor quits moving. Oil consumption is none existent as far as I have been able to tell. Of course there is no dipstick but ports are fine. No smoke or fouled plugs which I would suspect if rings were bad. Raked hay 3 times this summer no issues but never got over 3rd gear. Also you only have to depress the clutch pedal about an inch and it starts to engage.

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12-12-2012 10:08:17

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 Re: Farmall H won't pull in reply to 330 Standard, 12-12-2012 07:33:31  
yep your disc is worn out. but why on both tractors at once you said? and if your depressing clutch 1" its disengaging, not engaging. thats another sign of worn disc.

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