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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1mn2 View Post
    Willy, I can probably come up with something for the idle speed screw. I can at least see that one plainly but the idle mixture screw ...

    It starts easily and runs fine but idle is pretty high. I may have to just assume its fine but thats not how I read the instructions.
    Thanks, Dave - I didn't read your original question carefully enough (or maybe only had one cup of coffee at the time).

    Sounds like you came up with a solution.

    Best, Willy

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    Yes Dave,
    This tractor has a new piece of the 1"x 1" adhesive backed filler that I installed last spring. Fortunately it was still in place despite the oil leaks on the engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob MacGregor View Post
    Yes Dave,
    This tractor has a new piece of the 1"x 1" adhesive backed filler that I installed last spring. Fortunately it was still in place despite the oil leaks on the engine.
    I think that is another great, Mad Mackie Mod! (Trademark Pending )

    It would force more air through the oil cooler, oil filter area and along the hyd. lines near the belly pan.

    As mentioned, I have a bunch of caulk filler rope. If its big enough to hold itself in place, I'll try it. If its not, I'll look for some that is, or maybe small pipe insulation. The stuff is cheap and would be easily removable, to check for and facilitate cleaning, if necessary.
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    Hi Dave,
    I ordered a replacement for my 4016 this year. The old one was 28 years old and just crumbled away while I was power washing a little to close. I got it from case ingersoll . com part number c44804 replaces c33472. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by alegel View Post
    Hi Dave,
    I ordered a replacement for my 4016 this year. The old one was 28 years old and just crumbled away while I was power washing a little to close. I got it from case ingersoll . com part number c44804 replaces c33472. :)
    So, its an original equipment part?

    Hmm. None of my tractors have had it. Not even the one I bought new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alegel View Post
    Hi Dave,
    I ordered a replacement for my 4016 this year. The old one was 28 years old and just crumbled away while I was power washing a little to close. I got it from case ingersoll . com part number c44804 replaces c33472. :)
    I think that you are referring to p/n C48804 (replaces C33472) which is no longer available.

    Bob

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    Sorry guys,
    I see that I did not type the correct link. It is caseingersollparts.com They currently show the price as $10.58

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