You probably simply have a slug of water in your gas. Drain your old fuel and add a couple of gallons of fresh. Then clean your sediment bowl if equipped and add a bottle of gas dryer. Take the tractor for a cruise around the pasture. If you had water in the gas this should make it run normal.
Ethanol fuel only has a shelf live of maybe 3 months under ideal conditions. On top that, it is a water sponge, it will absorb 50 tp 60 times more water than 100% pure gas.
Don't take too many things apart at once. You just don't want to fix anything that doesn't need it.
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