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    john deer model r

    This may sound like a really dumb question. I have been around tractors for most of my life but this is my first 2 cylinder.I do have the John deere service manual but it is woefully lacking in all of the little details. Is #1 cylinder located on the pulley side or on the flywheel side


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    I do not know which cylinder is #1,,, but,,,
    if it ran on gas,,, I could figure out the firing order,,,

    1,2,1,2,1,2,1,2,,,, etc,,,
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    No question is DUMB but some answers are DUMB. #1 cylinder on a JD 2 cyl is flywheel side
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    john deere model r

    Thank you very much for the info. Am I correct in assuming that the injector pump for #1 cylinder is also on the flywheel side. This is the first time I have done injection pumps so any and all pertinent info is appreciated. The john deere manual that I have is so incredibly lacking in the little steps that it,s driving me nuts.
    Thank you once again for your help

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    Please post pictures of your tractor when you get a chance
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    Two Cylinder Tractors Cost Less to Operate

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    Please post some photos of the injectors, I have never had mine out!

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