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  • #33556

    roatavator
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    That’s one fine looking SIMAR! Makes mine look shabby, but I don’t think I could achieve anything like your results. If it’s any consolation we’re at the end of the ploughing season now, fingers crossed it will be considered safe to be attending events come late summer.

    #33557

    knappster
    Participant

    Thanks for that my friend I still have work to do on her seems to be collecting a lot of fuel in the lower part of the engine which I have to drain before I can start her is this normal? Any advise would be welcome. Stay well and safe all of you
    Knappster

    #33558

    knappster
    Participant

    Thanks for the plug gap setting Charlie 👍

    #33559

    charlie
    Keymaster

    I always have to drain excess fuel from the crankcase before starting. I have found it will not start if I don’t.

    #33560

    roatavator
    Participant

    Same here Charlie. I do find if you’ve just run the machine for a couple of minutes then there’s a lot more excess fuel than if it’s had a good hour or two of work. Normally after working it’s only a few drops of excess oil and no fuel. So if Knappster is just running the machine for a short time I’d say what he describes is not unusual.

    #33561

    knappster
    Participant

    Hi gents
    That sound good to me and reassuring to know my Simar is in line with others out there
    Again many thanks knappster

    #33565

    knappster
    Participant

    That the plough ready to go, when ever that is 😳

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