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AC G Mystery really solved now

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Mark F

02-02-2003 11:35:23




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Thanks for all the posts re My AC G tractor. The final report is that the 2 middle valves were stuck due to water coming in thru the exhaust manifold..the guy left it outside, without a muffler on it. One of the valves was broken getting it out..hopefully I can get new exhaust valves. My new search is for a Marvel Schebler TSV carb..The one on the tractor is rusty in the seat areas and has some kind of white powder that has badly pitted the walls in the bowl. To bring you back a bit..My tractor was the one that would only turn 1.5 turns before getting stuck..Oh yeah, it now appears that is has to be bored also..And I thought this was going to quick and easy project!!! Thanks for any help and advice..Mark in Oregon

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Eric Egland

02-03-2003 04:54:06




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 Re: AC G Mystery really solved now in reply to Mark F, 02-02-2003 11:35:23  
Mark, in the end, It's worth it. I heard that you can get parts for the N-62 engine at NAPA auto parts stores. Good luck



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