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AC Crawler

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Jim Shute

07-16-2002 05:37:26




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I have a number of questions I hope someone could help me out with. I have a 1937? AC Crawler, model M with a U motor.and would like to get it back in working condition. I have nothing to start with back am enthusiatic about working it on it.
1)Would someone what the firing order is? On the magneedle, which plug goes where. A diagram would be great if possible. 2) There is a linkage on the magneedle that I'm not sure of the function. 3) This has a dual-fuel tank set up for gasoline and kerosene. Does it have to run on kerosene or could it run on gas exclusively? 4) Any other information would be helpful. Manual information, hydraulics, etc.

Thank you very much.

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Stan

07-20-2002 22:29:27




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 Re: AC Crawler in reply to Jim Shute, 07-16-2002 05:37:26  
I have several model M's they are a good tractor I am surprised more of them arent out there.The best thing to do is get a manual. If the mag has been removed it is a little tricky to time, at least it was for me.Some of the m's were set up to run on the book calls it low grade fuel.If it is set up to run on low grade fuel you will see a letter K on the manifold just behind the stack elbow if the G is showing up it is set up for gas. This cover is reversable if the nuts can be removed. If one is set up for low grade fuel I am not sure if is is ok to run on gas. All mine are gas or propane. The firing order is 1243 1 being to radiator.No. no. 1 0n mag from rear is at 10 o'clock 2 is at 2o'clock no4 is at 5, and 3 is at 8 hope this helps, Stan

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