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Were all Case model L dual fuel

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05-25-2014 22:02:58

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I"ve got a couple/three manuals, don"t give much useful info. Were they all distillate burners. I have one with a Kingston (sp?) carb, was that stock? Had to buy used replacement manifold, the intake preheat is different - the carb sets higher. Anybdoy know how many version of manifolds there were? thanks

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05-26-2014 20:38:39

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 Re: Were all Case model L dual fuel in reply to Caser, 05-25-2014 22:02:58  
How much oil pressure are they supposed to run? Appears as though the oiling system just supplied oil to the mains & rods - does the cam / lifters also get pressurized oil. Off the back of the motor there"s an external fitting that looks like it went to an oil pressure guage?

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Jason Ferfecki

05-26-2014 13:53:23

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 Re: Were all Case model L dual fuel in reply to Caser, 05-25-2014 22:02:58  
No they were not all tractor fuel tractors. I have i 1936 L that came with a special gas only manifold. Found some case literature that states that they were built for heavy work in warm climates, Kansas specifically.

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Jimmie D. Phelps

05-26-2014 06:11:54

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 Re: Were all Case model L dual fuel in reply to Caser, 05-25-2014 22:02:58  
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I don"t believe they were call dual fuel. They were all (what we called tractor fuel burners) The small tank was not to be used for all day running., just to start the tractor and use until tractor was warmed up. When my Dad bought a new gas burner LA in 1948 he than just used gas in the L . he never changed the intake manifold and the L still has the fuel manifold on it. This L still has the original Kinston carb on it. Picture is of my L new in spring of 1929. Note the manifold.

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05-25-2014 22:32:15

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 Re: Were all Case model L dual fuel in reply to Caser, 05-25-2014 22:02:58  
the 38 I had had a cold manifold which I expect was an aftermarket or an option. It had the dual fuel tank.

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