White smoke is a sign of water in the combustion chamber. At best it is due to condensation in the engine from not being run for a while. Most likely, however, you are getting coolant in the combustion chamber due to a leaking head gasket or a crack in the cylinder head.
Re: Re: 706 Running Again, but? in reply to Ken T., 05-26-2002 05:16:27
Went back out and warmed up the tractor again. The head bolts had loosened up and also the valve gaps were screwed up (both set cold). It seems this has solved the problem or it was just condensation at first.
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Excellent original John Deere 60, #6000612, original paint, rear tires, seat cushions, can email pics.
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