Im wanting to check mine because the #2 cylinder when petcocks are open when tractor is running isnt hitting as hard as #1.When running i can pull the plug wire to # 2 and no change.When i pull the plug wire to # 1 it dies.I got new plugs, wires, points ,condencer and rotor.It ran the same with the old stuff.I was going to see if theres 10 percent difference between the two.If it is im going to tear it down and have the head done and new rings.The tractor was my dads and sat for years.So i dont know if it has stuck rings or a broke ring and it could be in the valves.My dad was fixing it up and he passed before it was done so I dont know what he was going to do with it.He lived over 300 miles from me and i didnt make it up there much.Now i got the tractor and im going to finish it out and keep it in the family.
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