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    Does anyone have any suggestions on where I could get a new gas tank for 1962 International 240 Utility tractor?Thanks!

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    Default Re: International 240 Utility

    Welcome to TractorByNet!

    I moved your thread to the International Harvester forum.
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    I used Google to search the part number (369149R91) for the fuel tank, and got more than several hits to the same place, Rock Valley Tractor Parts. It says they have 2 of them, but doesn't say if they are new or used. Here is the link:http://www.tractorhouse.com/list/Par...tNum=369149R91

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    Default Re: International 240 Utility

    HI dont know about gas tank but wonder if you can help. have same tractor and gives me trouble starting has new starter but i have to turn fan to get to start. some people say its the fly wheel ever happen to you thanks.

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    Default Re: International 240 Utility

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckbo View Post
    HI dont know about gas tank but wonder if you can help. have same tractor and gives me trouble starting has new starter but i have to turn fan to get to start. some people say its the fly wheel ever happen to you thanks.
    If turning the fan causes the crankshaft to move to a different position, then your problem could very well be missing teeth on the flywheel ring gear that the starter teeth mesh with to start the tractor. Engines tend to stop in certain spots in the rotation causing the starter to engage the ring gear in those spots more frequently, thus wearing the teeth in those positions while the teeth remain good in other spots.

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    Sounds like you need to split the tractor, and put a new starter ring gear on the flywheel.

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