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imperial1960

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Re: Starting Question
« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2017, 04:26:28 PM »
O/P I guess the question is even stupider than I originally though...   [/size]Let me try this one instead.  I don't want to start it in the garage to avoid stink.  I can't pull it out because the bucket is forcing down acting as an anchor.  If I crank over the engine and lift the bucket lever at the same time, is that enough for the hydraulic pump to lift the bucket so I can pull it out into the driveway and start it outside?  Any other tricks to lift the loader so I can roll it out without starting it?                                                          An old thread but one thing you can do is jack up bucket go inside cab and fiddle with the control lever see if bucket will raise a little.If no go jack bucket up and crack hydraulic line going to ram (its messy) check for fluid release while cracking line. There could be problems with the control levers which will require close inspection possible valve stuck. If you want remove both hydraulic cylinder then jack up bucket then chain bucket to safe lifting spot. Move tractor outside.[/color]
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Re: Starting Question
« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2016, 07:55:09 PM »
Any diesel tractor pre tier 4 emissions is gonna smoke up your little garage and the older the worse it's gonna be.  Sure try spinning the engine over with the lever pulled in to the lift position and see if it moves any.   Don't be cranking it for 20 minutes or something. 

What I'm thinking you need is ....a ventation fan  :).   I got one rigged up where I hook up an exhaust hose that fits onto the tractor exhaust.  Had it set up one winter  on a tractor i was working on the ac system and running it in my shop as it was -20 outside.
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Re: Starting Question
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2016, 05:36:31 PM »
I guess the question is even stupider than I originally though...  :)

Let me try this one instead.  I don't want to start it in the garage to avoid stink.  I can't pull it out because the bucket is forcing down acting as an anchor.  If I crank over the engine and lift the bucket lever at the same time, is that enough for the hydraulic pump to lift the bucket so I can pull it out into the driveway and start it outside?  Any other tricks to lift the loader so I can roll it out without starting it?
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« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2016, 05:19:32 PM »
Hi, I have a 1958 or 1974 Belarus 250 or T25A... just bought it last week.
It started and ran fine when I brought it home, but when we tried to shut it down it had a hard time to turn off.  I think it is just the fuel lever that was binding and would not fully disengage.  Problem is it is inside the garage that is attached to the house (while I work on it) and it stinks up the house within seconds.  Because of that I am a little apprehensive about starting it for the first time alone.


I went through the T25A manual, and it says to fully engage the throttle, open the decompressor, and press the gas pedal fully, crank for 3-5 seconds and lower the decompressor until it starts.


I tried at 1/4 throttle with no gas pedal, sounded like it wanted to start but didn't.  Stupid question, what does the gas pedal do versus the lever on the column?  Looks like the same thing to me, gas pedal to maybe rev the motor when lifting the loader... does it really need full throttle and full pedal to start?
« Last Edit: June 26, 2016, 05:31:52 PM by Adam Roby »
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