Use detergent oil but check the dipstick after a short amount of running. The detergent will clean up the engine and deposit any material it loosened into the oil. If the oil is very dark, change the oil and filter again as you now have a much cleaner engine.
There is no logical reason what so ever to use non-detergent oil in any thing. The oils we have now days are by far better then what there was when these tractor where made. I run 20W-50 oil in almost every thing I own and I have around 30 tractors
Today's Featured Article - Search For Spares - by Anthony West (UK). Following on from the aquisition of the old Fordson F, I was very much in need of spares. As a novice though I didn't appreciate the fact that there were so many Fordson tractors made, that all the other makes seem rare by comparison. As far as I was aware a fordson was a fordson and it was only through trial an
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John Deere 116W wire tie baler in working condition comes with side hitch and chute TEXT if interested
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