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    1026R bogging out. Out of fuel at 1/4 tank?

    Had my 1026R out tonight moving snow when it started to feel sluggish. Before I knew it the engine barely wanted to run then shut down. Started back up and ran fine until going full speed then would bog out. Is it Possible when tank is at 1/4 that the little bit of diesel lis sloshing around and causing it to bog out? Need to look further into this tomorrow and add more diesel to it but was just curious if anyone has had this issue.

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    Not giving your location , or outside temps., just wondering could your diesel be gelling up instead of running out of fuel..?
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    It's possible it is the fuel filter under the left footboard.
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    You don't say where you are in NY! Here in Buffalo, I had the gasline freeze-up because of so many nights of below zero temps. Mine is gas, an older 318. But when you top off, I'd put conditioner in it! I got back and running, and with dry-Gas treated fuel I've been good ta go! Just make sure that your treatment is compatable with you fuel, Gas or Diesel! Good Luck! Been a tough Winter.............. ~Scotty

    Edit: Keep that tank 'Topped off' to eliminate condensation)! :-)
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    I live 30 mins north of Syracuse. Temps were in the low 20's last night. Ran this in much colder temps all winter. I'm going to fill the tank with diesel today and see what happens. Have about a month left on my dealer warranty so I just want to make sure this isn't a serious issue.

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    I think there was a post on here about a fuel line issue with these also.
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    I'm having a similar issue with my 1026r during snow blowing. It's usually after I've been at it for over an hour but not always. I keep the engine running 3k-3200 RPMs and all of a sudden the RPM's drop almost to nothing. My solutions is to stop working and put it away in my 40 degree garage over night. I've also started using Opti-Lube winter mix and the red ring in the fuel filter is and always has been at the bottom indicating no water is present. I've thought that perhaps the air filter is sucking in too much snow but it has done it on calm days too. I'm eagerly watching this thread.
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    I've run mine to near empty and have never experienced that and I am on mild slopes and move about lots. I don't think it is related to low fuel in my opinion.

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    Yah I filled the tank to the top with Diesel tonight. Started up and ran very strong, then just like that the engine was coughing and sputtering. Just before it would die, it would pick itself back up again, run strong then peter back out as soon as I stepped on the pedal. Possibly condensation? I will also look into the fuel line problem. Still in warranty so John Deere might be getting a call this week.

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    I'm still thinking fuel problem , either clogged filter under floor or main filter .Next thing you still have not mentioned if you use any additives to fuel for gelling. Diesel 911 Power Service and then use Power Service in the white bottle every 5 gallons through out the winter mos ,,Knock on wood, I have never had a gel problem in past 12-13 yrs , always used the white bottle of Power Service. just my 2 cents.
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