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Re: I brought home a B... now what?

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06-04-2002 19:53:45




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These little tractors have a tendancy to bend push rods when they get stuck. Best idea is to take off the head and the oil pan and do an inspection. If you think the rings are stuck, it is best to remove the pistons. If you are going to try to "unstuck it" without going inside, i would pull the vavle cover and tap on each valve stem and make sure they go up and down easy. If not, spray tehm with WD40, etc. After that, pull the plugs and fill the holes with PB blaster or WD40. leave the plugs out and rock the tractor in neutral with the rear wheels. sometimes i have pulled the starter and used a prybar on the flywheel teeth. it it aint stuck too bad, this may work. If it has been stuck a couple years it might be time to pull it apart, if the rings are "stuck" in the piston groves. Remember to prime the oil pump and flush the oil pan if you do get it loose.

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06-04-2002 20:11:41




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 Re: Re: I brought home a B... now what? in reply to steve, 06-04-2002 19:53:45  
STEVE HAD SOME GOOD IDEAS ....BUT WHEN YOU ROCK IT BACK AND FORTH WITH THE BACK WHEELS,I WOULD PUT IT IN HIGH GEAR......THAT WILL GIVE YOU SOME LEVERAGE AND ALSO ,THAT WILL TURN THE ENGINE IF IT'S GOING TO TURN ......



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