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    Veteran Member alchemysa's Avatar
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    Default Re: A few questions...hopefully we didn't ruin our new tractor

    Now if I just knew what the original problem was perhaps I could avoid making the same mistake.
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    Default Re: A few questions...hopefully we didn't ruin our new tractor

    Clacking sound, not a knock, sounds like the cam hitting the lifters/pushrods. Don't ask how I know.
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    Default Re: A few questions...hopefully we didn't ruin our new tractor

    Why was the question withdrawn? That makes this thread worthless. The whole idea of TBN forum is so we all can read and learn, not just one person.
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    Maybe one of the original repliers could give a good description of the original problem.
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    Default Re: A few questions...hopefully we didn't ruin our new tractor

    Quote Originally Posted by troutsqueezer View Post
    Why was the question withdrawn? That makes this thread worthless. The whole idea of TBN forum is so we all can read and learn, not just one person.
    The OP may end up in conflict with his dealer. My interpretation of the withdrawal was that the original question could have been prejudicial against him. He came here, emotional because his tractor was broke, and said some things that might have looked bad. Once he calmed down and got some perspective, I think he wanted to withdraw those things, in case he ends up having to fight his dealer for the repair.

    The short version is that his machine ran dry of oil unexpectedly while running.

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