Ok thanks for the replies, good point about the valves. I guess i should go the whole way and do it right, i dont want to be tearing into it a year from now to fix my work!
So I have never done a rebuild like this before, I have a good idea what all needs done, a few mechanic friends, and a mechanical mind (sometimes :] ) so i think i can do it. I would just take it to the dealer but im not intersted in paying a couple grand. I figure i can save $ if i do the labor myself.
1st step is to order the shop manual for the tractor i guess...
any suggestions where i should get that from?
...I hope im not getting myself into somthing begger than i can handle!
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