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Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in

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07-07-2014 16:33:40

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Stan...even an Oliver guy like me can see that the diesel must be the one on the right, plugged in so it will start in July!!! LOL

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07-08-2014 05:53:37

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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to oleblu, 07-07-2014 16:33:40  
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Except you'd be wrong. It's the one on the LEFT.

You can clearly see the air tube and carburetor on the one on the right. A diesel would have fuel filters there.

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07-07-2014 20:39:09

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 Re: 560 gas out- 560 diesel in in reply to oleblu, 07-07-2014 16:33:40  
I think that a 560 has the same engine as a 656 and if that is true it will not start in July with a fire under it without the glow plugs.But it was still a very good engine.Neighbor had a 656 utility that was his big tractor years ago that had so much blowby that he tied a gallon jug under the pipe and would pour it back in the motor every morning.That poor tractor was so wore out and he ran it for years like that plowing,disking and choping silage.I am a Deere man but IH may have had a beter engine than the Deere. Both of those tractors look nice and I would enjoy some seat time on either one.

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