Posted by jerry 5 on November 17, 2012 at 12:13:45 from (220.127.116.11):
went to look at a W D.iit was about 45 degrees out but the guy still started with either?it seemed to hold good oil presure,but the gadge didnt move any from an idle to full trottle.the gauge still read the same. even after he shout it off it took about 10 seconds for the gaudge to drop.what scared me was the either to start.he said he replaced plugs and wires,but when i looked they were all miss matched.one rear rim was shot . it had a home made three point hitcg.no brakes on the left side,how hard are they to replace?not familiar with allis,allwas been a farmall man.he is asking 800 .sould i pass on it or take a chance?
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