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|jim||What is the best thing to fill cylinder with to free up an engine?
|John Reichenberger||The best thing I have found to use on stuck engines is a mixture of DextronIII transmission fluid and K-1 Kerosine remove the plugs and put some in the cylinders and replace plugs to keep moisture out. Wait a couple of days remove plugs and with a big pipe wrench and cheater pipe start applying quick short pulls or tugs. It may take a couple of days or so but it will work. My dad had a 95 JD combine and the last five years we ran the machine every spring we had to unstick the motor and then we ran it until fall harvest was finished. Then it went back into the shed and sat all winter.
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