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FastFarmall

09-02-2019 17:43:17




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I got a neighbor, had coffee with him today,he's was telling me he's got a 560 gas, had it overhauled 12-15 years ago,and it's never run right since,he said when it's ideling you can pull the wires out of the Dist and stick em in another hole and it doesn't affect it, he said too he know's that's weird, he doesn't use it much, but whats wrong with that ?




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504

09-03-2019 19:01:52




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 Re: 560 gas in reply to FastFarmall, 09-02-2019 17:43:17  
No one believes me but replace the condenser, and do not be surprised if it is missing or unhookd.



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rustred

09-05-2019 19:33:12




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 Re: 560 gas in reply to 504, 09-03-2019 19:01:52  
she's not gonna run if the condenser is missing or unhooked. so I don't believe you either.



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used red mn

09-03-2019 10:44:30




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 Re: 560 gas in reply to FastFarmall, 09-02-2019 17:43:17  
A vacuum leak which generally happens at the manifold to head, gasket sealing area can indeed cause the change in idle to be minimal when cutting out a cylinder at idle. The intake manifold may also be burned through into the heat riser area drawing exhaust into the intake manifold. This can happen but is rare. Tight valve adjustment can also cause this but tends to be more noticeable throughout the rpm range not only just at idle as is noted with a vacuum leak. Also during that length of time a tight valve probably would have lead to a burnt valve which is also noticeable throughout the operating rpms. And a leaking valve can be found with a compression test, where a vacuum leak cannot.

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teddy52food

09-02-2019 18:46:55




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 Re: 560 gas in reply to FastFarmall, 09-02-2019 17:43:17  
Cap is maybe full of carbon tracks.



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tomdowling

09-02-2019 18:18:38




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 Re: 560 gas in reply to FastFarmall, 09-02-2019 17:43:17  
I tend to think he's overstating it. You might need to perform a first person visual on that claim.



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FastFarmall

09-02-2019 19:03:27




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 Re: 560 gas in reply to tomdowling, 09-02-2019 18:18:38  
If he's got the time, i also want to see that!



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