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John Deere D Burns Oil

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Old 08-28-2015, 04:54:54 PM
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Default John Deere D Burns Oil

We have a 1928 John deere D and once it starts the exhaust is clean no problem but as it runs for awhile it starts to burn oil, opened the compression release on the left side while it was running and saw oil the right side was clean as could be. So is this a ring problem or something else ? I just find it hard to believe it's the rings cuz the tractor was restored 15 years ago but never run and after I get it running it burns oil . Thanks so much
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