ooh is that so? stop assuming.i answered that right off the bat. didnt you read where i said broken piston.your assumptions dont make sense either. your making a big deal out of that wet manifold like its just drowning in oil which is not the case as the pic shows. when you ever get compression checked and tell us then can go to next step. ... my scenario is when you have compression with the head rebuilt that my cure the oil leak your talking about. even just working the tractor in the field under load can cure that ,,, kinda. i have saw lots of these old tractors slober just puttsing around yard with no load and never reach operating temp. so happy compression checking, as i said reading plugs and compression check tell the story so why assume.
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