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8 n overheated not sure what caused it but now has water in oil an low power yr 1947

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You need to have head gasket changed that should fix that problem

Posted on Aug 19, 2013

  • montie robinson Aug 19, 2013

    that is a very good tractor easy to work on and will last for ever

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