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Need help with LP Gas Regulator

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John Saeli

10-19-2009 17:22:21




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I've had several folks tell me they got parts for their CASE LP Tractors from a John Deere dealer. Today, I called a Deere dealer with the Ensign numbers I needed, but he couldn't help me. Need parts for an Ensign regulator on an LA. It is the same regulator on a 930, but CASE can't help either. Any suggestions?




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Jason Kozlowski

10-20-2009 16:03:44




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 Re: Need help with LP Gas Regulator in reply to John Saeli, 10-19-2009 17:22:21  
Has anybody tried going to a propane supplier, instead of a tractor place? I, have tractors, and, while I haven't had to mess with the regulators yet, I have been able to get everything else at a local propane supplier. It seems that there was only a few different companies that made that stuff.



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american/case

10-20-2009 09:15:25




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 Re: Need help with LP Gas Regulator in reply to John Saeli, 10-19-2009 17:22:21  
beam 120A regulator will replace the large Ensign. fuel and water lines have to be relocated. Beam has adjustable idle screw to match the Ensign. it has better performance as Scott says. if carb has problems switch both carb and regulator to Impco brand. this is the best performing. Lone wolf kit only has gaskets,no hardware or seats. John Deere used Century and Impco LPgas equipment.



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Scott Bettenhausen

10-19-2009 19:12:06




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 Re: Need help with LP Gas Regulator in reply to John Saeli, 10-19-2009 17:22:21  
On my 900B, I used a Beam regulator that is good for up to 110 hp. Igot mine through a fork truck repair place, and it has made a world of difference. Took bout 2 hrs to put on with very little modification, had to drill new holes in the mounting plate and do some new fuel line plumbing.



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Don Rudolph

10-19-2009 18:03:04




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 Re: Need help with LP Gas Regulator in reply to John Saeli, 10-19-2009 17:22:21  
John,
What parts do you need? Herman Everhart from Lone Wolf, OK has rebuild kits that supply the diaphram for both sides, but that is all. The kit has no mechanical parts that come with it.Don



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