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Re: TO35 Finally Running!! But...Some issues I need he

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pomester

08-10-2020 19:52:11




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I'd start with adjustment of the throttle/governor system - here is a link http://fergusontractors.org/nfs/wp-content/uploads/technical-articles/Throttle-Linkage-Adjustment.pdf and here's a youtube about it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31M3s0iOLQk - it's fussy -
Big screw on the carb has more to do with performance under load than where you are at. Gently tighten it down and then open it up a turn and a half to get started.
Make sure your crankcase vent tube is open. The oil in your cylinders may be from stuck rings, but may be getting pushed/sucked down the intake valve guides. If the crankcase is being pressurized it exacerbates the problem. your idea of fresh oil and rislone is good. how's the oil pressure?

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agdodge4x4

08-18-2020 10:03:42




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 Re: TO35 Finally Running!! But...Some issues I need he in reply to Tom h., 08-10-2020 19:52:11  
I have some rubber/cork gasket material, can I use that to make a gasket? The surfaces are pretty corroded. I have cleaned them up as best I can. I can also use straight up RTV if that's better. Just need to know which was to go.



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Ron(Ont)

08-13-2020 06:27:47




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 Re: TO35 Finally Running!! But...Some issues I need he in reply to mf35a, 08-10-2020 19:52:11  
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If you have a compressor with a gauge, you can use that to compare the accuracy of your oil gauges. Then you do not have top guess which one is correct. And it may not be the new one. :)
With my tractor, I was only able to achieve 15 psi when hot at 1500 RPM, and 5 psi when hot at idle. The gauge read about 50 psi when cold. I also used SAE 30 to improve the pressure. Anyway, my point is I used the tractor this way for 30 years, and it worked hard at times.

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