Turbo GONE!? & Stubborn Starting Skid Steer!

Jan 29, 2020
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A few weeks back I noticed an oily substance oozing out of the turbo down pipe which led me to believe the turbo seal was leaking. So lets run it again and see if it is truly a bad seal or just an old slobbery engine. On another note our 270 Skid Steer is a brute to start in the cold, cranks slow no matter how new of starter and how many jumper cables you use on the battery. The thing is even in warm weather it has a hard time starting. This brings us to 3 conclusions, it is a hard starting John Deere model, it has weak piston rings or scored cylinder walls, or it needs its valve clearances set. Technically it could be all 3 but the easiest solution is to tackle the valves and see if that makes a difference. So lets get to it!
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Comments
  • Love this Channel ! Only thing is can you use a household wire for automotive ? Reason being I know over in the ik we can’t and I’ve got first hand Experiance the wires not tested to the amps an alternator puts out so 12/24v at 120/240 amps depending on make a sound model ( broad term ). Our house hold wires are rated at 230/245v at 13/20amps maximum ? Seen a good few eletrical fires with that being used

    scottish muddersscottish muddersMonth ago
  • Comment for comments sake...❤️❤️

    Daniel JohnstonDaniel Johnston6 months ago
  • I work 28 days on a boat and have 14 off after my hitch. Can I come out there and learn this kind of stuff from you guys in exchange for my labor?

    Chris W.Chris W.6 months ago
  • Ain't it about time for a brand spanking new tractor?

    Dean ArmourDean Armour7 months ago
  • Since you like case you guys should get a case skid loader

    Chaz McClendonChaz McClendon8 months ago
  • Safety first, I like it, some channels promote safety third.

    Ted EnderPalmerTed EnderPalmer9 months ago
  • The 61 dislikes are from little Mikey Bloomsburg Nerves Nancy, Lieawatha and Pastor Pete along with many others

    Glenn GaulGlenn Gaul9 months ago
  • You guys ever try engine restore in oil ? Project farm ran it in his tractor and make a big difference.

    Robert MillaRobert Milla9 months ago
  • I set valves a little different than putting the piston on TDC. When I set the intake I rotate the engine until the exhaust valve is open the set the lash on the intake. Then I rotate the engine until the intake is open then set the lash on the exhaust. Then I put it on TDC and recheck both and can't say I have ever had to readjust that comes to mind. Been doing it this way for many years with no issues, just though I would through that out there.

    M18 HellcatM18 Hellcat9 months ago
  • Why don’t ya change the fuel filter, check fuel pressure, and check your injectors.

    Jesse O'ConnorJesse O'Connor9 months ago
  • Who loves seeing those old diesel tractors starting up in winter

    Austin HartmanAustin Hartman9 months ago
  • Always check the crankcase vent tube...... a clogged tube will cause the turbo to push oil out the exhaust side Once Had a M11 Cummins ( new) that had a kinked down draft tube..... pushing oil out the exhaust......

    Farming for Fun & ProfitFarming for Fun & Profit9 months ago
  • did mine on my 91 5.9 cummins with 330000 miles recently

    GeekTheGamerGeekTheGamer9 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • Sup

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • Hello

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • Hey

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • Hi

    iBelieveiBelieve9 months ago
  • looks like it time for some new case ih with all them john deere's breaking

    Caden RandaCaden Randa9 months ago
  • What kind of ratchet were you using to take the valve cover off?

    Nathan ScheeleNathan Scheele9 months ago
  • Voltage drop test first at battery then at starter motor whilst cranking anything over half a volt no good

    joshua gossjoshua goss10 months ago
  • I was just wondering if you figured out was was wrong with uni loader .. I have had many Deere uni loader and after a while they become hard to start had to crank and crank and my finds was fuel lines and clamps even replaced the filter housing and primer pump .. about every winter i would have to go through and tighten up clamps because thru the summer or running and vibration and then getting cold they would be lose and let the fuel bleed off causing it hard to start

    Mike BuckMike Buck10 months ago
  • repower with cummins 145 motor

    Bernie SchoepBernie Schoep10 months ago
  • that is nicks problem lol.

    Bernie SchoepBernie Schoep10 months ago
  • need to take it to bone yard use it for target practice lol. get a new jcb

    Bernie SchoepBernie Schoep10 months ago
  • I got a newer cat skid that thing is super easy to get the cab up and kinda a pain to work on but it could be worse

    Joshua HenrichsJoshua Henrichs10 months ago
  • Ye must be Rich look at yer equipment

    Liam RyanLiam Ryan10 months ago
  • I love the Leg Arms wrenching videos! Lots of good info being shared on general maintenance.

    EricB42044EricB4204410 months ago
  • God Bless

    JeffJeff10 months ago
  • What you call the lift arms on this JD varies according to manufacturer. Japanese call them tagaskilo. OK, I made that up. :)

    Steve CulbertsonSteve Culbertson10 months ago
  • What size of green deere is that?

    Mod SquadMod Squad10 months ago
  • Will you all be at the National Farm Machinery show in Louisville, Ky. in a couple weeks? If so what days?

    offroaderdaysoffroaderdays10 months ago
  • I would pull the injectors and get them checked. Makes a big difference.

    B CooperB Cooper10 months ago
  • restore the johndeere

    kenworth boy12kenworth boy1210 months ago
  • doesnt help that you guys have everything addicted to crack in a can haha once any machine gets hooked on that stuff it won't start without it lol

    OETIOHeavyLifterOETIOHeavyLifter10 months ago
  • I subbed to your channel for about 2 or 3 minutes...right up to the point where you tried to be funny.

    RiderRider10 months ago
    • Thanks for trying,Blessings

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • just got y first gopro the other day. What are you using for the magnetic mount?

    MarkMark10 months ago
  • On your skid steer; I would bet (if I was a betting man) my paycheck on the rings, valves & sleeves are beyond saving. Talk to the "green tractor people" that use a running white tail deer as their logo for parts prices; OR, a better bet would be to search out for a replacement diesel for the tractor & save the worn motor for a rebuild at a later date.

    MN. STEEL - Andrew K.MN. STEEL - Andrew K.10 months ago
    • usworlds.info/slow/video/j3x9qnrSk4p-gpU He brings another engine into his garage with the Big Bob.

      MN. STEEL - Andrew K.MN. STEEL - Andrew K.10 months ago
    • Eric also has a trick for packing bearings when he works on the axles on his Bobcat; Leg Arms can take notes. :) Same video above.

      MN. STEEL - Andrew K.MN. STEEL - Andrew K.10 months ago
    • usworlds.info/slow/video/j4FoeIyxsoWcmmY

      MN. STEEL - Andrew K.MN. STEEL - Andrew K.10 months ago
    • A guy who runs an off road wrecker who is a GM mechanic by day owns a bobcat & he found another motor for his skid steer for a decent price and he swapped the whole unit out himself in his garage at his house; he lives in a rural area in Wisconsin & has about 50 acres.

      MN. STEEL - Andrew K.MN. STEEL - Andrew K.10 months ago
  • Fix the deer's day lol

    Buck RussellBuck Russell10 months ago
  • Did you see the big buds going to auction at wms ohio ? Farmhand mike did a walk around of the 525/50 sats they have another one for sale as well.

    Nick NewellNick Newell10 months ago
  • Suck, Squeeze, Bang, Blow is exactly how we summerized how a gas turbine works for our students :)

    Keith BellKeith Bell10 months ago
  • so the wheel chair overhaul is next?

    iamrichrockeriamrichrocker10 months ago
  • What’s the history of that John Deere on the farm was it ever a front line big tractor or was it always taking it easy

    Claetus WoodroofeClaetus Woodroofe10 months ago
    • Robert Welker thank you for your reply

      Claetus WoodroofeClaetus Woodroofe10 months ago
    • Back in the 70s it was used for a loader tractor and pull a swathe

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • I'll take some hats off your hands.

    Mike PagelMike Pagel10 months ago
  • I think you need a borescope sponsor;)

    Joey KimmetJoey Kimmet10 months ago
  • Great stream Mike from DWARF WORKS

    mikeabresch94mikeabresch9410 months ago
  • Put some ATF on the fuel tangue the sot go away

    Álvaro George Nobre GeorgeÁlvaro George Nobre George10 months ago
  • In Virginia , setting valve lash will make you a felon with all that suck bang blow stuff , where bachelors cannot legally own sheep 😳🤣

    swampratt36swampratt3610 months ago
  • Lifting arms will do the trick 🇦🇺 👍

    K DK D10 months ago
  • The term in diesel tech world for slobbering is wet stacking. Great videos keep them coming, USworlds is full of idiots and you guys are a breath of fresh air!

    Matthew BrownMatthew Brown10 months ago
  • ya they will take the camera and glue it back together! No really I have a friend that destroyed one and they replaced it. Good customer service!!

    Larry325Larry32510 months ago
  • "Suck, Squeeze, Bang, Blow" I don't know, sounds like a Legarms T-shirt if I ever heard one. hahaha. great show fellas.

    CoffeeCoffee10 months ago
  • A must see for "Leg Arms" usworlds.info/slow/video/ZWl5iKnGk6KAjZU

    Redeemed FarmerRedeemed Farmer10 months ago
  • Why is there wheel chair in shop last few videos

    I am BatmanI am Batman10 months ago
    • Ow I see 🤣🤣 clever idea

      I am BatmanI am Batman10 months ago
    • It randomly shows up during the day in the shop. Easy to move it around for a chair

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • I love all your videos but you two together are the Bomb!

    Jerry SantosJerry Santos10 months ago
  • Intake,compression, power,exhaust

    Bruce RogersBruce Rogers10 months ago
  • I'm no mechanic especially anything modern or diesel. For problem engines I always did a compression check first. If a pot is down on pressure add a bit of oil and test it again. If the compression improved it was a reasonable sign the problem was rings and if not it was valves. If there were no compression problems check the valves and then go looking at fuel, turbos timing etc.

    TBone MCTBone MC10 months ago
  • Its probably nice having the shop open without that Bud sitting in there

    John GormanJohn Gorman10 months ago
    • The 600 Bud was in there for 6 months. Agree,That was a long time.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • New injectors might help

    Posslea Holsteins Poss bro farmsPosslea Holsteins Poss bro farms10 months ago
  • Good to hear the old deere is alright. I figured that's all she was. Just idled too long. I slobber when I idle too long too lmao

    Straight Pipe AcresStraight Pipe Acres10 months ago
  • great vid

    Mark SleeperMark Sleeper10 months ago
  • "I have a tool here". That's a feeler gauge. I had to think about that a minute too.

    S. PursellS. Pursell10 months ago
  • SSBB. Suck, Squeeze, Bang and Blow. If you can remember that you'll go far in life. Lol.

    S. PursellS. Pursell10 months ago
  • Nick are u drinking coffee again?

    Caleb NordCaleb Nord10 months ago
    • Robert Welker haha okay!

      Caleb NordCaleb Nord10 months ago
    • He's drinking a non coffee coffee.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • Nice job 👍

    AA Just my life Louis YoungAA Just my life Louis Young10 months ago
  • Stagger those splices. Makes it not so "substantial" in that area. Was that PC enough?

    jengel451jengel45110 months ago
  • Funny enough Leg arms, that's also how a JET engine works....

    Ben ChapmanBen Chapman10 months ago
  • i at school

    Brady JungwirthBrady Jungwirth10 months ago
  • 14:00 when i got my farmall 806(non turbo), it was slobbering all over the exhaust.

    Andy FrommAndy Fromm10 months ago
  • 10:50 my 4cyl new Holland pump timing was way off, its less smokey now.

    Andy FrommAndy Fromm10 months ago
  • Our JD 250 skidder was hard starting too. Replaced the electric fuel pump.

    Backer FarmsBacker Farms10 months ago
  • Stay clear of the vaccination for the corona virus, usworlds.info/slow/video/qoebfXbQqH-ZoZk just take a moment

    Jack AmelungJack Amelung10 months ago
  • I like not only the video's, but also your comments. the tractors and technology that you have are amazing. We had to stop farming due to exprpriatation 40 yeas ago by the French Gouvernement 'Disney Land Paris France. So we retrned to Belgium and went go working in compagnys. any way thx for the continiun video's. sorry for my bad English. Grts, Jan from Belgium

    Jan VandenbergheJan Vandenberghe10 months ago
  • JD is probably out of oil. lol

    96lapiscoupe196lapiscoupe110 months ago
  • You guys are a hoot, I enjoy your videos, even for an old farmer I learn things. God Bless

    Blaine FranklinBlaine Franklin10 months ago
  • Uffff... Leg-Arms working with two "green things" ... He's thinking on this CASE...

    alvaroasialvaroasi10 months ago
  • Scott would be the overall #1 draft pick for shop-work and general mechanical knowledge on AG USworlds .....top notch!💪

    Dewayne SmithDewayne Smith10 months ago
  • Better known as Intake, Compression, Power, Exhaust! (The 4 strokes)

    Richard HanceRichard Hance10 months ago
  • As a vet w/ a disability, I teach Creative Writing at Prescott,AZ. VA facility, I must praise Leg Arms for his teaching ability. Straight to the point and he uses simplicity in techniques in his instructions

    Phil HosierPhil Hosier10 months ago
  • I normally like your vids but this one was way too boring, sorry.

    psktonpskton10 months ago
  • At TDC you there is two possibilities: both valves will be closed(rockers will be loose and movable) or the exhaust valve will be open(rocker will be tight)

    Aaron CervenkaAaron Cervenka10 months ago
  • Zet je een diesel aan🤣🤣

    tigerheart6tigerheart610 months ago
  • Cold start JDs are the best

    Chris WhitmerChris Whitmer10 months ago
  • The bad thing for any motor if to be used on only light work and auger work is relatively light work for a tractor like that. While nothing can be done about that now regular doses of heavy work is the best cure all. We had an 8450jd from knew and when l sold it, there was 15000 genuine hrs in most heavy ploughing and cultivating and sowing work.and it never missed a beat.now im. Told it has to around another 10,000 hrs on that with no issues still doing similar work.

    Kevin KlingnerKevin Klingner10 months ago
  • lol suck sqeeze bang blow lmao intake stroke, compression stroke, POWERSTROKE, exhaust stroke! lol shout out to ford! lol cheers from ontario guys lol

    Taylor _vapezTaylor _vapez10 months ago
  • listen to Leg Arms describing the perfect date night......

    Kyle ShoresKyle Shores10 months ago
  • It's called a lift arm

    Isaac CurtisIsaac Curtis10 months ago
  • Guys - unless you have really bad blow-by, before you go to overhaul pull and check/replace the injectors. Both of those engines have the older poppet style injectors which springs etc get worn over time leading to the injector not atomizing the fuel correctly. Leads to hard start, smoke, slobber, etc. If bad enough the fuel can start to wash the cylinder liners of oil and lead to premature wear. They are parts you’d want to replace at overhaul anyway so money not wasted.

    Kevin GreiberKevin Greiber10 months ago
  • What year is the 4520

    Henry HuhnerkochHenry Huhnerkoch10 months ago
  • um.. suck, squeeze, bang.... blow. yeah.. can go pretty far in life if you remember those 4 things... just saying.. sorry it may come in bad taste...

    Tara MisteriaTara Misteria10 months ago
  • Thanks, you made me smarter today.

    Dave Von MuensterDave Von Muenster10 months ago
  • The last 2 videos felt like automotive tutorials for 1st year high school kids

    PoochooTrainPoochooTrain10 months ago
    • Just my stupid observation, I still like watching them anyway, just like any video you guys make, I know I'm going to watch it no matter what.

      PoochooTrainPoochooTrain10 months ago
    • Agree, but then there are many comments which love the explanations.

      Robert WelkerRobert Welker10 months ago
  • Super

    Vishal ChauhanVishal Chauhan10 months ago
  • Aren't those skidsteers soo much fun? I would probably drive one of those for room and board!

    KeenCraftingKeenCrafting10 months ago
  • Were u talking About the valves or the injectors cause reseting the injectors would get rid of the smoke on the johndeere tractor

    hayseed6850hayseed685010 months ago
  • It's a Thing-a-ma-Jig Dangit

    suravian666suravian66610 months ago
  • Long time time fan, 10 year bobcat mechanic, would love to see you guys in a "good" skid

    MetallicaFadeToBlackMetallicaFadeToBlack10 months ago
  • how cear's it's not red

    adrian nicholsonadrian nicholson10 months ago
  • Rebuild the engine in the John Deere skid steer

    Farmer AustinFarmer Austin10 months ago
  • That John Deere 4520 probably doesn’t run right because it doesn’t have a straight pipe. That would definantly help!

    Wyatt VosWyatt Vos10 months ago
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