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  1. Thank you for your reply. There does not seem to be any compression bleeding thru. Once it is cleaned and reassembled, within 20 seconds of starting the engine, you will see fuel begin to fill up around the top of the injector bore. It was worse prior to cleaning, but still bleeding, so I assume that it must not be bleeding fuel out of the injector itself, unless a different amount of clamp pressure could alter this. I see that the injector is multiple parts, can it be leaking thru one of these joints? One other injector was also bleeding fuel, but cleaned it and got it to stop.
  2. Just FYI, I just had a new hard drive put in my computer and everything gone thru, and still takes multiple times to enter a post in General or Coffee Shop. Same thing trying it with my phone also.
  3. Crawford Co fair - Meadville PA. Teachers Pet Just got my computer back from the shop. I didn't make it to Crawford. Went down to the Jefferson Pull, modified, not stock. I was rather surprised, the schedule I looked at, said that the NW pullers were doing the pull. Didn't realize until I got there that Lucas was pulling on the other track. Nice pull, I enjoyed it. So I have been keeping an eye out, I was not sure if you actually still pulled. What class do you pull? Looks like that Lucas Pull down at Waynesburg should be one to go to.
  4. My nephew has a Dresser TD8E dozer with a DT239 turbo'd engine. He has an injector that keeps bleeding up out of the bore around the injector. He has pulled injector and cleaned it and bore but no luck. Is there supposed to be some kind of crush seal of some sort down in there? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance
  5. Farmall Fanatic is at fair doing a walk around. Some nice looking 400 and 450 set up for pulling. https://youtu.be/Zr8-HgpgDQ4
  6. Always works here first try.
  7. Just tried to reply with one short sentence to a topic in coffee shop, attempted 8 times, still won't go. Used to work after 3 try's.
  8. No, there are no error codes or anything of the sort, just sets there like it is locked up or thinking. Using Microsoft Edge on a lap top. Had all been working fine until about 2-3 months ago, and then started having various issues. Thank you for your time and help.
  9. FYI: I have replied to a couple of topics, and still had to go thru it multiple times before it would take it.
  10. My nephew has a 656 Farmall gasser hydro. He has his eye out for a 656 utility diesel hydro. All he ever finds are gassers. How do you like yours?
  11. That's the sad part, chances are it will never be used for what it was built for again, in regard to filling it with hay and such. We have the most farm acreage close bye, and if we don't, I don't see anyone else down the road. The barn is still good and square, but the foundation is just sliding out from under it all around. It had been partially repaired back in the 70's with blocks. The original foundation is stone, but not the big foundation stones that you would think. On top of that, it has ship lap siding that is in dire need of something, so that will be that much more on top of it. I like an old barn just as much as the next guy, but where do you draw the line? It will probably be roughly in the $65 range for both when it's all said and done. If you tear it down, clean up, lay new concrete and a new building, probably have close to the same in it or more.
  12. I have your typical 100 year old 2 story barn, animals below, hay above, 36 x 50. My foundation is bad and needs replaced all around. The upper part of the barn is still pretty straight and square. I had someone come the other day and look at replacing the foundation. Originally was stone, he would replace with reinforced poured walls. Needless to say, this is not cheap. Any of you guys done this, or have any other ways that may work better or more reasonable?
  13. I have a 434 Diesel, that I bought back in the late 70's. It has a loader and a 5 foot brush hog, and that little thing has taken everything I have put it through all these years. It has a differential problem now, not it's or mine fault, but other than that, it has been a good sized reliable tractor for me. Very basic to work on. You either split it or lift the hydraulic tank and you can get to everything on it. Mine has a 2 disk clutch, so you can shift or stop and not have to shut off the PTO. I see it has a dif lock which is nice. The one area that is not real good on mine are the brakes, but I never took the time to tear into them to see what they needed either. I have no idea of value, but I would not hesitate at that price to pick up another one. There a good big little tractor. You will find more of them north of the border than down here.
  14. Yea, there was one north of us here in NW PA. Not to bad as tornados go. Destroyed a garage, damaged roof on 2 barns and put a big pine down on top of the house. It always amazes me how something can get totally destroyed, while a building 40 feet away gets away undamaged.
  15. This is a consignment sale in NW PA. Didn't know if someone on here was into manuals. If you look down thru the photos, you will see a number of manuals in boxes, IH, Early Case, etc. Public Auction Sale: Monthly Consignment Auction - Saegertown, pa (auctionzip.com)
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