Recently I got my father's Farmall B and brought it from Ky. to my home in GA. It has set for 20+ years and it is in bad shape. The engine was froze up however it now turns over due to Marvel Mystery Oil. I have no compression in any cylinder and when I removed the valve cover none of the valves or rocker arm would move when it is cranked. Is it time to remove the head for a valve Job??? If so how does this happen and what is the procedure to replace the head (tourque requirments)? Any help is appreciated, the tractor was maunfactured 5/28/1940
Re: Farmall B head removal in reply to John Anglin, 05-02-2002 18:33:59
John, I am afraid that something is broken on the cam or your pushrods are bent. If the valves are stuck and you turn an engine over, those are about the only two things that will happen somethings going to give.
Front hydraulic pump for loader .. drives off tractor front. Mount bracket included. Greisen brand which is my favorite brand for hydraulic controls. This is use some, then removed and stored inside for several years. Can ship send along your zip for rate. thanks
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