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I got my 1966 DB 880 running yesterday.

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fred in utah

02-15-2015 08:34:48




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I had my tractor running a couple weeks ago and then it just quit...seemed like it was a fuel problem. I found the problem yesterday. There is a fuel shut off valve right below the fuel tank on the right side.... It's supposed to have a little screw lock keep it in so it won't fall out. The other week I pulled all the way out and fuel sprayed everywhere...I thought oh that's not good and shoved it all the way back in :-) So, yesterday when I'm changing the fuel filter's there's no fuel coming out and I'm asking myself what's wrong with this picture...so I pulled out the stopper....duh...I created the problem. At least my diagnosis was correct...it wasn't getting any fuel! Now that it's running I have a few more questions. The PTO won't shift into gear with out grinding, I assume it's the two stag clutch...how hard are they to fix, and can I get parts? While I'm in there is there anything else I should replace? Thanks

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sam in mo

02-15-2015 13:55:49




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 Re: I got my 1966 DB 880 running yesterday. in reply to fred in utah, 02-15-2015 08:34:48  
my 990 is that way also. you have to push the clutch all of the way to the floor board.



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