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That really is going to be a handy machine. Nice find! I wish I had one just like it.
If you can, make your forks so they fit on the back as well for the things that are too heavy for the front.
If I only had a Forestry Forum Sticker... I think Jeff still sells them
Kbeitz, I will do that tomorrow. We've got a decent chance of rain tomorrow night. The guy had it under a metal carport type deal, but there's no telling what's all down in there. I'm going to change all the fluids on this thing and replace all the filters and hoses, weld and brace the loader arms, put some forks on the front and weight on the back, and take it from there.
Smear a wad of grease on top of your boots until you have time to replace. This will keep the water out... Also if you have or can get an old inner tube cut a chunk big enough to coverboot then make a small hole in center with a gasket punch smaller than the shafttake knobs off and slip rubber over and down. This has worked for me on M Farmallfor years use a tractor tire tube as they are thicker. This is also good to cover hydraulic valves keeps out dirt and keep them dry and rust free pretty good hopethis helps. W.C.W
A hole/crack in the diaphragm will also cause fuel to be pumped into the crankcase.
Quote from: Magicman on April 20, 2017, 02:00:12 pmA hole/crack in the diaphragm will also cause fuel to be pumped into the crankcase. Don't expect to smell it. Check/replace that primer pump.
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