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In Reply to: Oil to Rocker Arms posted by Stu on Saturday, May 31, 2014:
What did the people or person that rebuilt the engine have to say? I don't really know about the engine in the 6 hundred series, but I know in the NAA there is supposed to be a grommet at the bottom end of the rear oil tube. I would pull the side plate and see if it's there. If it isn't that may be the problem. You could also post this in the forum just above this one. That's the one for the later Ford tractors like yours. But let us know what you found.
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