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winter tune up on 4 cyl prior gasser with ps

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soundguy

10-10-2013 14:55:14




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boy.. ford sure didn't think about that front plug with ps pump involved. :)

was cleaning and gapping the plugs on the 850 today in prep for putting up some hay and man.. thank goodness for spark plug wrenches.. :)




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RickB

10-10-2013 15:08:24




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 Re: winter tune up on 4 cyl prior gasser with ps in reply to soundguy, 10-10-2013 14:55:14  
You put an engine oil in that thing appropriate for your frigid winter temps?



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soundguy

10-10-2013 15:46:48




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 Re: winter tune up on 4 cyl prior gasser with ps in reply to RickB, 10-10-2013 15:08:24  
yeppers. 15w40 :)

it was advertised to be a high of 86 today. my thermometer on the barn said 90. I was sweating doing the plugs. :)

I pretty much run 15w40 c/s rated in all of em now save a few exceptions. that 4000 that hung valves a couple years ago.. i'm still using 10w30 synthetic walmart in it... and my 2 powerstrokes get 5w40 valvoline ultra blue premium syn.

all the other tractors.. all flavors.. red, green, orange, blue, grey, red/grey.. etc.. get 15w40. seems to work fine in florida.

how's weather in your neck of the woods.

gub'mint shut down hitting you any?

I noticed at the local feed coop reding an article while getting bulk feed loaded yesterday that gran farmers are having to market without USDA reports on regional prices..e tc. wonder what that is gonna do to feed prices. seems like grain speculation might start taking over???

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RickB

10-11-2013 02:40:13




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 Re: winter tune up on 4 cyl prior gasser with ps in reply to soundguy, 10-10-2013 15:46:48  
Weather is seasonable to a litle warmer the past week or so.
Gov't stupidity has no immediate effect on my life, at least the idiots agreed that active duty military still get paid... the last go around caused lots of angst & worry among my daughter's family. With corn priced as they are, I'd say growers wouldn't mind a little extra speculation right now.
Take care,
Rick



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