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In Reply to: 1944 2N won't start. posted by Jim Loveridge on Wednesday, June 25, 2014:
Forgot to mention, that I put about a teaspoon of oil on each piston just before putting the head back on. Yes, the oil will eventually leak down, but I took the compression readings right after torquing down the head.
I'm taking one step forward and two back on this project. Two years ago, I put a new seal on the PTO. It has set like that ever since without oil in the sump. Yesterday I put 5 gallons of trans, hydraulic fluid in the transmission and what do you know. The PTO is leaking like a sieve.
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