Nice looking tractor with interesting colors. If your liquid is more of a sludge in the bottom of the tank, it's probably better to pull it and clean it out well. Mine had thick sludge (30 Years)so I pulled the hood, tank and used electrolysis to neutralize the rust. when I got it out of that bath I ran it into town to a car wash and pressure washed the inside until it looked like new metal. Our car wash uses the bendable wands. Then I selected the wax treatment after which I drove it home in the open air of my pick-up bed. I don't regret the extra work because I'm not chasing fuel clogs from stuff still in the tank. I would use 10w30 and start it to see what oil pressure is and I would definately pull the oil pressure relief plug (By the waterpump) first and prime the oil pump. Be careful with the little ball and spring. I used 80w90 gear lube to prime the pump. Hope this helps. By the way I like your shop. Gerard
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