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Allis Chalmers LPG motor

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gary kish

02-10-2008 13:29:51




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can anyone tell me were i could get some info on this old forklift? it's lp gas and starts real hard. cleaned the regulator out,new points,cond,rotor. i finally held my hand over the carb and it started. ran for a while in my garage and i shut it off. started right back up. let it sit ten fifeteen minutes and it won't start,even with my hand over the carb. was wondering if anyone with a lp tractor might no a few tricks,besides trying to keep your garage as warm as possible to see if it'll start. thanx Gary mod. FTB30-24PS TYPE G 3000# LIFT

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gary kish

02-12-2008 15:40:02




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 Re: Allis Chalmers LPG motor in reply to gary kish, 02-10-2008 13:29:51  
hi Kent, yes as far as i know.. i push it down a little and it seems to let air or what out the vent. i push it way down and it is alot firmer. there's a choke cable installed in the dash that doesn't work and seems to go nowhere.



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Kentb of SWMO

02-10-2008 18:09:34




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 Re: Allis Chalmers LPG motor in reply to gary kish, 02-10-2008 13:29:51  
Is the primer in the demand regulator/vaporizer working. Kent



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Kentb of SWMO

02-10-2008 18:08:40




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 Re: Allis Chalmers LPG motor in reply to gary kish, 02-10-2008 13:29:51  
Is the primer in the demand regulator/vaporizer wotking.

Kent



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