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Re: New Owner Asking For Help

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Bruce(OR)

07-12-2019 09:59:24




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Welcome aboard!
Let the harassment begin! Okay, that was fun. New carb? Why? You just want to spend money. Under the hood of most every vehicle ever produced lives a "Hood Monster". The purpose of the "Hood Monster" is to remove all the green out of your wallet. If it runs, leave the hood shut and keep the monster under control. Not going to listen, are you? I don't listen to myself either 1/2 the time. Which explains the 3 trucks, 2 dozers, 8 tractors, 9? 5 trailers, thought I had 6, 2 or 3 riding mowers, 2 push mowers. . . One of the trucks is a '93 F350 dually crew-cab undergoing a 4X4 conversion. . .Including rebuilding the transfer case and transmission. Don't know if I am going to do that one or someone else. Hood monster bit hard on THAT one. Once again, whey the carby? If it is running, you really don't want to play with it. If it is running "off" do the tune up items first. Plugs, wires, cap, rotor, points, condenser, coil, resistor. . . Then look at the carb. After the electrical is dialed in.
Kinda like put the horse in front of the cart. Gotta run. I have two trailer hitches to sell off. PS. Please don't paint it yellow and green.

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Greg Vickers

07-15-2019 02:13:24




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 Re: New Owner Asking For Help in reply to Bruce(OR), 07-12-2019 09:59:24  
And don't forget, while every Massey Ferguson is a Ferguson, a Ferguson is not a Massey Ferguson.



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