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I bought a la case I got some questions?

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jicaseman89

09-14-2021 20:57:54




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got it home its pretty decent got it running out of a pop bottle for now the tank is awful inside the carb was bad but it runs smooth as silk throttles up nice. So I am happy.

First question whats the best way to clean the tank out?
Second question its like the clutch is stuck in gear all the time the clutch lever is all the way and I can't push it ahead to click like my sc....I didn't want to break anything so I figured I would quiz the experts first.
Third question is it ok to run 15-40 in these la and sc? I have been running 30w in the sc
I am sure I will have more I hope to get it off the trailer tomorrow change the oil and filters drive it around a bit so if the clutch will loosen up??
Thanks in advance

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jicaseman89

09-20-2021 08:12:29




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 Re: I bought a la case I got some questions? in reply to jicaseman89, 09-14-2021 20:57:54  
Ok so its the same as my sc forward should kinda snap to engage. Pull back to disengage.. if it matters its was working good when parked but was parked in gear with the clutch engaged so I would guess the clutch is stuck together from sitting...If i loosen it and pull it a little it should free up?? Could hook the plow up



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V35B

09-18-2021 05:09:13




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 Re: I bought a la case I got some questions? in reply to jicaseman89, 09-14-2021 20:57:54  
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Forward to engage.



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J Hamilton

09-17-2021 19:48:21




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 Re: I bought a la case I got some questions? in reply to jicaseman89, 09-14-2021 20:57:54  
I could be wrong on this but, on an LA do you pull the clutch back to engage and forward to release? Been a while since I ran one



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Tgrasher

09-17-2021 19:41:36




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 Re: I bought a la case I got some questions? in reply to jicaseman89, 09-14-2021 20:57:54  
On your second question about the clutch, it sounds like the clutch could be stuck together and not releasing. If you jack up the rear so the wheels are off the ground, try to turn the wheels. If they won't turn, with the clutch lever in release position and in gear, it could be stuck. You can try to pull it, ignition off, with another tractor and it might free up. Of course try to adjust first, the alternative is to separate at the bell housing.

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jicaseman89

09-17-2021 12:54:02




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 Re: I bought a la case I got some questions? in reply to jicaseman89, 09-14-2021 20:57:54  
Thanks guys



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Tgrasher

09-15-2021 07:11:16




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 Re: I bought a la case I got some questions? in reply to jicaseman89, 09-14-2021 20:57:54  
On the tank, remove the sediment bowl assembly first and put in a 1/4 pipe plug, then put in a 1/4 chain and a half gallon of gas. E85 is better but regular will do. Set the tank on something that lets you rock it back and forth so that you can hear the chain sliding around the tank. I use a pair of saw horses and let it set outside my workshop so I can move it around when ever I go by. After a couple of days drain the gas in a five gallon bucket and repeat until the gas is clear. It takes time to get the crud dissolved and rust to get scratched off. I would do a last rinse with muriatic acid, followed by a water rinse and blow air dry, before coating with a tank sealer. If you develop a pin hole, solder it with an electric iron and check that it sealed. I've had my best success with the red, I think it's called Redcoat. Let it dry til the coating looses its stink. The whole process can take a month or more so don't take short cuts, failure is not fun, nor cheap.

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Richard G.

09-15-2021 09:29:50




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 Re: I bought a la case I got some questions? in reply to Tgrasher, 09-15-2021 07:11:16  
I take bungee cords and fasten the tank to a tractor wheel and drive around a while with the chain or nuts and bolts in it.
Cleans one up really well.
Radiator shop near here built a home made rotissorie to clean tanks with using chain.



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Richard G.

09-15-2021 04:51:44




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 Re: I bought a la case I got some questions? in reply to jicaseman89, 09-14-2021 20:57:54  
Great old tractors.
Used one to help building my pond with a pull type dirt pan on wheels.
Also pulled a disc with it.
Get a book and adjust the clutch through the hand hole on the side of the bell housing.
Very easy to do.
This site sells the manuals.
Richard in NW SC



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