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  1. Hi, I have a Farmall H that I just rebuilt the carb on. I am getting fuel to the bowl if the carb but not into the engine. I cleaned all ports and jet but still nothing. Does anyone know what is happening, thanks
  2. I have a 1948 Farmall h and I found a super h carb in my grandpas shed and heard that you can use them on a h but I don't know how to go about doing that if that is possible, does anyone know what I would need to do?
  3. I’m helping out an 86 year old friend/neighbour with a WD6 that he has pretty much ready to start up ... this man has several vintage IH tractors in running condition on his farm, and is a very interesting and handy guy... The gas/diesel system is a bit different than what I’m familiar with, different levers to switch back and forth and such... and a magneto rather than a distributor.. he has manuals that cover some gas/diesel systems, but not for this specific tractor.. I may have other questions, but firstly would like a picture or a parts diagram for the linkage on the back side of the carburetor... some of this is not connected and perhaps not set up quite right... it is possible someone put a different carb on it other than the original style... This WD6 is around mid 1940’s vintage, with the strait back decompression lever and diesel throttle control... Thx for any help you can provide .. Grant
  4. Thanks all for welcoming me to the forum. I just bought a new-to-me R190 dump truck for a pretty good deal and I have a few questions. It didn’t come with a title or plate on the driver’s door so I’m speculating is is from 1954. 1. The engine block has RD450 180755 stamped on it and cast with 215720-R2 on it. I think the engine may be a more modern vintage any thoughts on the year? Any idea where another info plate may be located on the old beast? 2. The carburetor has part no. 997007 R92. I’ve also attached a picture of it. Is this a single barrel carburetor? I was under the impression the RD450s had at least double bbls. 3. The starter is quite sluggish. The previous owner used a pry bar to help actuate it. The Delco Remy starter model number (113040?) isn’t coming up with google searches. Any thoughts on my model? Picture attached. My plan is to take it off and give it a good degreasing and see if that helps at all. thanks all in advance, Colorado Chemist
  5. Folks, I am brand spanking new to the Red Power world, though Dad raised me up on an F12 that I could never crank start. That’s another story though. I just acquired a 52 Super C and need to ask for advice on several issues. 1. Fuel. I’ve read that ethanol laced, non-leaded gasoline can be harmful. Are there additives that ought to be added to today’s gasoline to reduce this problem? 2. In a similar vein, what type of motor oil would you folks recommend? 3. Similar question as to hydraulic fluid? Thinking out loud: I am going to rebuild the carburetor. I do not know the type since the carburetor appears to have been painted over by a previous owner. First step would be to disassemble the unit and clean it up. Then give it a try. If the tractor likes this, stop and go no further. Otherwise, rebuild the current carburetor with a good kit. Are there any suggestions as to which kit to use? (Dad used kerosene as a cleaning fluid. What do you folks use in today’s world?) If this fails, replace the carburetor. Again, recommendations as to which kit? Lots of questions on my part. However, any suggestions or recommendations will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  6. I have a 1949 farmall cub that I am having the toughest time getting any sort of throttle variance at the throttle control. I have adjusted the linkage, the carburetor Idle screw and the governor adjustments. I'm not looking to have a hot rod or anything but I do want to figure out how to have some control over the throttle. Does anybody have any tips or tricks on how to get a little bit better throttle control?
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