Farmall 100, 1954 - 1973
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Partly. I haven't collapsed any but I repaired several that I think got that way from air pressure.
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Hi all I finally got around to working on it last weekend. It turned out to be junk in the tank. I took the tank off and cleaned it out which I should have done when I drained the old gas when I first got the tractor. I had to spray some carb cleaner into the carb also. The old gas after sitting for 5 years varnished up, there was slime in the bottom of the tank, I think some got into the carb. Now it is running like new!!
Thanks for the help
'56 Farmall 100 with Woods L306A 72" belly mower and single bottom plow; JD 322 w/50" deck, 49" snowblower and 54" blade, couple of old Simplicity's
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