Storing Your Tractor
If your tractor is going to be stored for any length of time, a few precautionary measures are helpful in preserving
various parts, also in avoiding future difficulty.
- Store tractor under cover. If impossible to place tractor under cover, be sure to cover air stack and exhaust
- Drain radiator and engine block.
- To avoid gum content collections, drain both fuel tanks and carburetor.
- Leave radiator and fuel caps slightly loose to protect gaskets.
- Block tractor up to remove weight from tires and to keep tires from contact with moist floor.
- Remove battery and store.
- Remove spark plugs and pour a small quantity of light motor oil on piston tops. Crank engine over a few times
and replace spark plugs.
- When tractor is removed from storage, it should be serviced throughout, including draining and refilling the
oil sump with fresh oil.
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