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|Albert Fenske||Was doing some work this evening with my 65 4020 diesel, and noticed a few sparks out the smoke stack. Is this normal? What is the cause ?
|ross||Nothing to worry about, probably a little carbon was what you were seeing. The best thing to do for these tractors is to make them work, most people in my area use them as chore tractors and they only idle around causing the valve area to pile up with carbon. If you work them in the field they will get hot enough to burn the carbon out of the head.