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Re: WD45 Loading Up

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Tom, a different one

01-27-2003 18:29:24




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Is the temp up to at least 170? 180 or 190 is better.




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Brad in MI

01-28-2003 20:08:51




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 Re: Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Tom, a different one, 01-27-2003 18:29:24  
Dennis, is it only loading up in cold wheather, and is tractor stored in a cold location? If breather oil is too thick the restriction of air flow can act to continuously choke the carb. I use ATF in breather as it is thinner. HTH, Brad



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Dennis

01-28-2003 17:28:18




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 Re: Re: WD45 Loading Up in reply to Tom, a different one, 01-27-2003 18:29:24  
I dont know about the temperature. The dial is so rusted you can't read it. That is the next project I guess. This tractor was a fence row special. It sat out for ten years before I got it. It's a long expensive proposition to get everything redone. Especially for a first time tractor owner. It ran great back in the summer, temp may be a big factor. It has been below zero most of the last two weeks. Thanks for the info. Dennis

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