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How difficult would it be to convert an old LPG-fueled John Deere tractor to dual fuel or to gasoline only?

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2015-07-14 15:00:37
2015-07-14 15:00:37
Converting a tractorFirst thing you would have to have to run on gas is a carb. on some models you can get by with out changing the intake manifold. then you would need to remove the old l.p. tank and replace it with a fuel tank, the hood will also be diffrent. the pistons and combustion cambers are diffrent, this is a good thing and a bad thing, it gives you more power but makes the tractor harder to turn over when it gets warm because the compresson is higher. ,e-mail me if i can help with any other questions. randy
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