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Re: Caterpillar Part No.7F5225 Break-in Powder

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03-04-2013 14:59:10

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Billy, Hodeon! If you have a problem take the tractor out and hitch it on to a ton or two of something and haul it around untill the oil stops blowing out the stack. Then you have the tractor ready to go to work and stay to work.
Later Bob

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03-04-2013 16:25:59

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 Re: Caterpillar Part No.7F5225 Break-in Powder in reply to Bob/Ont, 03-04-2013 14:59:10  
Whoa, LOL!, I don't have any plans for doing some housekeeping ie; engine dusting with a little bon-ami, ;) thats kind of like nails on the chalkboard to me, but thought I'd quote the book, relative to the recent discussion and your are right, no harm in lining up to a big ole stump or pile of dirt, use it for what its meant to do, heated up, should clear out, if not, has to be another way, take it back apart, you would know more than I on that. I've never had either of my old cats wet stack, tried not to idle them long for the most part, but sometimes a little, does not seem to take much to clear em out either, those old 4 cylinder slow rpm motors seemed to run fairly clean when in good shape, under a load, seems when they idle too long its just not good.

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