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Have a '65 JD 4020D PS. Love the tractor! My only gripe thus far is the fuel injector boots connecting the line from the pump to the injector itself. I've had 3-4 of them develop leaks over the course of the past few months. I have replaced the leaky boots, although feel there must be a better way. Does Deere offer a kit to convert this over to a flange/compression type fitting? Has anyone done this? Any suggestions? Thanks!
|ross||I don't think there is a conversion kit for the style of injectors that are on your '65 model. The only thing I know of is to put actual hose clamps on the return boots.