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  1. If you are only going to remove the steel plate get a couple of pieces of 5/16" threaded rod about 6" long to insert on a couple of the holes where the bolts with the copper washers are installed Remove two bolts diagonally and install the rods. That will keep the pump in place while the plate is removed.
  2. When I was using my W-9 for farm tillage it would burn about five gallons an hour and do the same work as our 3010 Diesel did on just under three gallons an hour. Happy Birthday to the Model T today. Officially released on October 1, 1908.
  3. I have seen a couple blocks where they cracked on the bottom between number two or three cylinder and a lifter bore.
  4. One part is a cone to fit over the crankshaft and then a driver to install the seal.
  5. If I also have the starter out I install the bolts through that hole. That's a lot easier for me than trying to get back up off the floor.
  6. Napa batteries used to be Exide but have been made by East Penn (Deka) for the last five years or so, at least in the East and Midwest
  7. The control from the signal switch provides full time power the the light on the opposite side of which way the switch indicates. That way when you signal a turn the other light stops flashing.
  8. IH used two different methods of providing the necessary resistance for the coil on 12 volt systems. The first way was to use a resistor usually near the coil. That system used a wire from the ignition switch to the coil and another from the "I" terminal on the starter solenoid to the coil to bypass the resistor while the engine is cranking. The later wiring used a resistance wire between the ignition switch and the "I" terminal and than another wire from there to the coil. By looking at the starter or coil you can tell which type you have. Two wires connected at the switch side of the coil and and at the solenoid used the external resister. Two wires at the solenoid and one at the coil is the later system.
  9. Is the one on top of the tank being used as an oil filter or a tank vent/breather?
  10. The filter will work in any orientation but the closer you get to the horizontal the harder it will be for the air to get out. Also a lot messier to replace.
  11. The bulletin I got from Napa says it is Federal EPA regulations. More information can be found at www.EPA.gov
  12. Yup, You also now need to certified to purchase the 30 lbs kegs.
  13. Starting 1/1/2018 all the small cans manufactured have to have the self sealing valve.
  14. There is a few thousands difference in valve lift between the original and the later camshafts. I use a dial indicator to measure the total lift and used that figure to determine which cam is in the engine.
  15. The 3010 pumps did not have the advance in them. About 1970 the pump on our 3010 needed repairs. My dad didn't want to spend the extra money ($300?) to upgrade it so it spent its life with the original pump.
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