I know anitfreeze in the engine oil is not a good thing, this tractor had been setting for at least 10 years parked due to a bad COM cooler allowing oil into the cooling system, many tractors will seep a small amout of coolant through sleeve orings when idle I have seen this for the happen for the the last 45 plus years starting in 1966 when we became a dealer, I have always checked this before firing a "parked" tractor and buy doing this and of course changing the fliuds regularly I have never lost brgs/crank due to antifreeze containination, yes if they leak more than a few drops into the oil in a month I do do my "Barsleak" routine to stop excess seepage as you know anitfreeze and rod/main brgs do not work well together I just made this refferance so that some one finding a idle tractor knows to check this before firing her up and sending antifreeze straight thru the system, hope my rambleing makes since cnt
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