Posted by Old Bob on October 02, 2012 at 17:53:40 from (22.214.171.124):
I got my Oliver Super 88 out of the barn yesterday. I haven't had it running in about 4 or 5 years. As my luck would have it, it is stuck. Radiator is still full of anti-freeze and engine oil looks fine. Didn't try to pull it to break it loose. Thought I would get a socket and put it on the front of the crankshaft. There is no nut on the crankshaft. Don't have a crank, but then again the end of the crank does not feel like it is made for a crank. Pulled the plugs. Three of the plugs are fine. Three of them have a small amount of rust on the end of the plugs. Why the rust? What do I soak it with? How much do I put in each spark plug hole? How do I try to break it loose?
Sorry for all the questions. Any other suggestions are appreciated.
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