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53 Jubilee new coil question

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 10:34 pm    Post subject: Re: 53 Jubilee new coil question Reply to specific post Reply with quote


Hot damn!!!! I got spark to the plugs and it fired up for a brief second, enough to kick out some exhaust in my closed garage. Its 130 am. I'll start it up good in the AM.

Honestly cant put my finger on one thing. it was probably several.

Stay tuned!!!!
 
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 6:24 am    Post subject: Re: 53 Jubilee new coil question Reply to specific post Reply with quote

bfonda wrote:
(quoted from post at 23:34:12 01/18/19)
Hot damn!!!! I got spark to the plugs and it fired up for a brief second, enough to kick out some exhaust in my closed garage. Its 130 am. I'll start it up good in the AM.

Honestly cant put my finger on one thing. it was probably several.

Stay tuned!!!!


Hooked up the newly cleaned out gas tank without leaks. After playing with the throttle and choke it fired up and ran!!!! Drove it around in first and second gear and reverse. Didnt seem to be running hot. i need a new oil and temp gauge and speeedometer. Apparently i have a stuck clutch, which does not seem uncommon. The PTO and hydraulics seem to be working. Next I need to change the engine and transmission/hydraulic fluid fix a hole in the muffler and find an air filter

Thank you all for the patience as I figured out the terms and location of the parts you referenced. In the end I had to wiat til everyone was in bed and really focus on your instructions, which was the key. Great forum!!
 
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