Question about Farmall Cub Tractor Radiator
Yes - I suspect your cam is 90 degrees out of time. This will have all the valve events happening at BDC rather than TDC - which equals zilch on the compression guage.
If the cam and crank are not marked, proceed from first principals - pick a cylinder. Position the piston at TDC on that cylinder. Rotate the cam until BOTH valves are off their seats. This is the overlap at the end of the exhaust stroke. The engine is now timed well enough to run - it cannot be more than 1 tooth out in either direction.
You will need to ensure that the ignition is timed also.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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