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|Bill Darte||Just bought an MF135 3 cyl. gas that sat for years. What is 'normal' oil pressure for this tractor. Don't have gauge in front of me, but full throttle it was 1/4 through range and 1/4 when idled back.
|jerry mo||acording to the I&T manual theoil pressure for the 3 or 4 cyl perkins gas engine should be 30-60 lb. at full engine speed and normal operating temp.
For the 4cyl. gas continental engine it should be 20-30 lb. at 1800 RPM's