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Erik OK

01-15-2011 19:49:38

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Just got the 52 DC inside after it had been sitting out for a few months, it was supposed to be stuck when I bought it but last weekend I had a chance to tinker with it a little bit, pulled the valve cover and checked all the valves, all were loose. Then I pulled the hand hole covers off, pulled the plugs out and squirted some penetrating oil in the cylinders and after about 30 minutes I noticed oil leaking into the pan around the rings so I tried the hand crank but it wouldnt budge. After further inspection turns out the shaft that the crank goes in wasnt even engaged in the crank pulley, it was rusted solid so after I got it freed up I grabbed the crank and gave it a turn and the engine rolled right over, I"m gonna pull the carb off and clean it up, get some plugs and a set of plug wires and see if it will fire up. Is there anything else I need to check before I try to start it for the first time in many years? Sorry for the long post

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Erik OK

01-15-2011 19:56:48

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 Re: DC brake covers in reply to Erik OK, 01-15-2011 19:49:38  
The previous post was supposed to have a different subject, however I also have a question on brake covers on the 52 DC, the left housing must have had water in it as after last weeks several days in the single digits it was split wide open, it is part #6172A, I have found another cover supposedly from a 52 but the part number is 6171A, were there different brakes for the 52 models, mine is a foot clutch if that makes any difference

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01-15-2011 23:19:32

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 Re: DC brake covers in reply to Erik OK, 01-15-2011 19:56:48  
If the rear end has had enough water in it the differential shaft is hollow and I have seen the plug in the differential shaft pushed out until it busts the cover. I keep the drain plugs loose enough to drain the water out on all my tractors that sit outside.I also wrap and tape the gearshifts/steering columns with scrap black plastic as water can get in easily. I think all brake covers are the same for the Eagle Hitch DC's. There may be a left and right on the brake covers.You can check the part no's at CNH.com.
I would check the plug in the differential shaft to make sure it is tight or you will have an oil leak. Good luck and keep us posted. Nick

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