Posted by Nathan Dearyan on November 11, 2013 at 10:36:29 from (126.96.36.199):
Somebody before me has messed with it. It only has one fuel filter on it, and the element in it is not stock. Parts were removed, and spacers and such were installed. (to allow the wrong filter to sort of be used in it!) It has not run in 2 yrs. We want to put a temporary bottle on it, with a fuel line to the injector pump, as a temporary fix, to see if there are bigger problems with before we buy all new filters, and lines, and the filter housings too. Is How much pressure should be applied to the injector, ie, how high should we install our temporary fuel source, (after we get her running, we will abandon the bottle) but we want to see if the injection pump is ok before investing alot in it. I'm thinking that 3-4 ft above the tractor, with a good little fine filter should about do it. Thanks everybody for any help you provide. ~ Nate
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