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SC CASE...Need Help!

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Glenn F.

07-22-2014 17:07:28




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This tractor is humbling me. Do any of you know of someone in the Green Bay area that could help me? Tractor continues to be very underpowered. I think timing and fuel are okay, but I'm not sure of anything at this point.

Thank You,
Glenn FitzGerald




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C. Amick

07-24-2014 18:27:33




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Glenn F., 07-22-2014 17:07:28  
While running put it in gear, hold the brakes, put a little bit of load on it with the clutch and watch the governor rod at the carburetor to see if opens up the throttle. Have you checked the cylinder compression?



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Glenn F.

07-25-2014 06:34:07




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to C. Amick, 07-24-2014 18:27:33  
Hi Loren,
Compression is 115-120 on all four cylinders. I will check the governor action with the brakes set. I know even when I pull the throttle linkage right by the carburetor it still accelerates too slowly.

Yesterday I pulled a neighbor's minivan with stuck rear brakes out of the weeds, and it would barely pull it ln low gear.

Something is wrong. Before putting it in storrage seven years ago I was pull starting a stubborn DC around (timing was off) with no problems. Lots of power.


Thanks,
Glenn F.

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C. Amick

07-25-2014 09:36:03




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Glenn F., 07-25-2014 06:34:07  
Ground or remove the wire from one spark plug at a time while running. If the engine doesn"t idle rougher each time you remove one, then there is a problem with that cylinder. Have you had the valve cover off to adjust the valves? You could have a bent push rod which would still give you good compression, because the valve at the bent push rod wouldn"t be opening.



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Glenn F.

07-25-2014 06:36:30




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Glenn F., 07-25-2014 06:34:07  
Oops...not Loren.....

Glenn F.



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Klyde

07-23-2014 18:17:33




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Glenn F., 07-22-2014 17:07:28  
Had one do that once, bad valve springs! Could not believe it broke 4 valve springs just sitting.



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Fry

07-23-2014 16:00:28




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Glenn F., 07-22-2014 17:07:28  
Glenn - I"m west of Appleton and I work in GB. I would be willing to stop and take a look. And if I can"t figure out a problem, I know a guy who can. Send me an email if you"re interested.



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Glrnn F.

07-23-2014 18:18:14




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Fry, 07-23-2014 16:00:28  
Fry,
Technically I'm not a YT member, and am thus unable to access your email. My email is glenn.fitzgerald@sbcglobal.net.

Thanks,
Glenn F.



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Glenn F.

07-23-2014 18:07:23




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Fry, 07-23-2014 16:00:28  
Thank you very much Fry. I'm gonna work on it a bit tomorrow & if that doesn't work I will contact you. My phone number is (920) 360-9704. Feel free to call me. I'll be home all day tomorrow.

Thank you,
Glenn F.



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Christopher Mikesell

07-22-2014 21:04:41




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Glenn F., 07-22-2014 17:07:28  
Have you checked your manifold for leaks between the intake and exhaust sides yet?



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Glenn F.

07-23-2014 19:37:35




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Christopher Mikesell, 07-22-2014 21:04:41  
I haven't actually checked for leaks, but all fasteners are tight.

Glenn



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Christopher Mikesell

07-23-2014 21:45:15




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Glenn F., 07-23-2014 19:37:35  
I was referring to internal rust holes which would cause exhaust gases to directly enter the intake manifold. This is a common problem with the original manifolds on pre-1952 machines.



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CHUCK CAMBIS

07-22-2014 19:09:34




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 Re: SC CASE...Need Help! in reply to Glenn F., 07-22-2014 17:07:28  
could be just two mag wires to the wrong plugs, don"t ask me how i would know.................



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