Posted by The tractor vet on October 02, 2012 at 15:56:47 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: 806G Farmall posted by TVP on October 02, 2012 at 15:34:45:
The only thing i do not like about and 806 gas is that it is a non sleeved engine . and you must run 93 octane gas . For what your wanting to do it may be fine . Keeping them tuned up is a vary good idea and i am not talking just plugs and points. Keeping the valves adjusted makes a huge difference keeping the timing set at spec.'s is a must. And must be done with each points change. Myself i like the 706 gassers better for chore work like baling pulling wagons and brush hogging . But for years i ran 706 gasser doing the tillage and got along just fine . Not sayen that i did not want something bigger and in a diesel but for the price difference i could buy two gassers in good shape for the price of one wore out diesel . at the time i was buying 706 gassers for no more the 1500 to 1750 for a sharp one and six spark plugs a set of points and fix the charging system left a lot of room for buying fuel.
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