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Larry Mi

11-06-2010 12:24:05

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Fireing order 1342 ? Where do I find the timing marks flywheel or crank pully? Thanks. Iam working on my boses tractor it has all wires riped off it. I may have more questions later. Larry

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11-07-2010 08:58:49

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 Re: WD 45 ? in reply to Larry Mi, 11-06-2010 12:24:05  
1,3,4,2 is the firing order for the Farmall tractors and does not work well on the Allis tractor which are 1,2,4,3 for the firing order. Oh by the way if you try to use the 1,2,4,3 firing order on a Farmall that does not work well either I know because I had a Farmall B engine that way it it just didn't seem to run well for some odd reason LOL

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Larry Mi

11-07-2010 14:08:01

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 So OLD ? in reply to old, 11-07-2010 08:58:49  
Is # 1 still up frount or did they move that too? Iam a Moline collector much easyer to work on.

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11-08-2010 22:50:51

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 Re: So OLD ? in reply to Larry Mi, 11-07-2010 14:08:01  
Only one I ever heard of with #1 at the rear was a Deutz. But then, I don"t hear everything!

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11-07-2010 15:02:26

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 Re: So OLD ? in reply to Larry Mi, 11-07-2010 14:08:01  
Yep #1 still up close to the radiator on almost any of them. Now as for the MMs being easier to work on I'm not so sure about that one since I to have had or have them also. Have an RTU right now but can not seem to find a set of cylinders for it with out costing an arm and leg

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11-06-2010 12:33:44

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 Re: WD 45 ? in reply to Larry Mi, 11-06-2010 12:24:05  
Firing order is 1-2-4-3. Timing marks are on the flywheel.

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Jeff Z.

11-06-2010 13:12:18

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 Re: WD 45 ? in reply to JMS/.MN, 11-06-2010 12:33:44  
You may find two marks on the flywheel.
DC for top dead center and F or fire.
Set it up at top dead center not running and then if you use a light set it to the fire mark in the center of the window.

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Larry Mi

11-07-2010 14:11:13

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 Re: WD 45 ? in reply to Jeff Z., 11-06-2010 13:12:18  
Jeff Z. First thank you for your help. Where is there an inspection hole to see the timing marks on the fly wheel?

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