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Starting a 1941 John Deere D hand start in Hitterdal, MN

Starting a 1941 John Deere D hand start in Hitterdal, MN
-Enjoyed watching that. My uncle has a 1944 A that is the same deal. Open the cocks to let off the compression then turn the fly wheel. His G he bought new in 1947 & has an electric starter but he still liked to open the petcocks to make it crank easier. Now they usually park it on the hill and just drift off in 2nd gear & push up the clutch and PUT PUT PUT she goes. The 47 G also has a piece on the middle of the flywheel where one can lock in the steering wheel (take it off of course) & crank it -Watch Max's other Youtube as he leaves to take the John Deere to town. You can hear it putt, putt, putt, putt good.
-Enjoyed watching that. My uncle has a 1944 A that is the same deal. Open the cocks to let off the compression then turn the fly wheel. His G he bought new in 1947 & has an electric starter but he still liked to open the petcocks to make it crank easier. Now they usually park it on the hill and just drift off in 2nd gear & push up the clutch and PUT PUT PUT she goes. The 47 G also has a piece on the middle of the flywheel where one can lock in the steering wheel (take it off of course) & crank it -Watch Max's other Youtube as he leaves to take the John Deere to town. You can hear it putt, putt, putt, putt good.
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