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i just inherited a jd 1937 B from my father in law trying to start it the other day and noticed all the antifreeze is in oil pan . was told that is normal this tractor has sat for 20 years. was told some sort of tube from head to block will leak and they are freated into block if sat for many years it is normal ?
don't know much about these 2 cyl. engines any input on this appreciated
 

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They are probably referring to the push rod sleeves. They can rust and allow coolant in the oil. I don't know if they are still available from JD or not, but Steiner or one of the aftermarket suppliers must have them. Check ads in Green Magazine or Two Cylinder magazine.

Nice looking tractor.
 
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