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Case cross motor tractor
|John Schiro||At the Pennsylvania farm show there was a 1929 Case cross motor tractor. It had some sort of water canister attached to the exhaust manifold and no one knew it's function, not even the owner. Can you tell me what it is and it's function?
|rich4||I think something about the exhaust had a crossover to furnish water flow to the radiator. You will notice the exhaust has a y in it to accomplish that.
|casenut1||the engine starts on gas and is then switched over to kerosine and water is added to stop the pinging and makes the engine run smooth.
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