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In Reply to: 8n won't start when it is cold posted by Larry quiggins on Wednesday, January 01, 2014:
Do you have the repair manual for that tractor? If I remember correctly it's the IT F019 [too cold to go out to the shop to double check] I suspect the choke either wasn't reinstalled correctly or the linkage got bent.
I think most run 10w30 or 10w40 in these tractors although I've always used 20w50 in mine. A lot depends on your climate. I don't use my tractor a lot when it gets below 40 degrees although when I do, I have more issues with the hydraulic fluid warming up than the motor oil.
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