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Re: Tractor that has set up awhile

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05-02-2013 15:27:03

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split the quart between the 4 cyls, and save some for the gas tank and the oil.

a few ounces in each cyl is plenty.

adding it to the gas will help upper cuyl lube.

adding it to the oil prior to change.. but after running, will help witht he drain out.

on a new to me machine.. I have added 1/4 quart to a gallon of gas for testing. 1 quart in crankcase. and another quart split betweent he cyls.

atf is cheap and decent stuff.

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Old Popper

05-02-2013 15:30:33

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 Re: Tractor that has set up awhile in reply to soundguy, 05-02-2013 15:27:03  
The John Deere 40's that I have seen are two (2) cylinders. LOL

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05-02-2013 18:16:40

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 Re: Tractor that has set up awhile in reply to Old Popper, 05-02-2013 15:30:33  
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Us Ford guys all know that those putt putts really have four cylinders but are actually missing on two!!

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05-02-2013 15:42:54

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 Re: Tractor that has set up awhile in reply to Old Popper, 05-02-2013 15:30:33  
and? what's the big deal on a typo?

if he can't figure out how many cyl's it has. he needs to hang it up before he starts.

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05-02-2013 16:30:30

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 Re: Tractor that has set up awhile in reply to soundguy, 05-02-2013 15:42:54  
Don't get your whity tighties in a knot. Just funnin a little. Could always divide by 2 twice.

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