Mark I am needing to check my compression in my 37A too. I was going to make a adaptor out of a old plug.My tractor is running on one cylinder and has lots of blow by.When it warms up some im going to check mine.How would be the best way to check a hand start?Im thinking getting someone to pull it like if you was to pull start it and then i could walk beside it and read the gauge.I dont know if hand cranking it would be fast enough to get a good reading.
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