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Not much with the leak present. Also depends on the engine diesel or gas . over all condition of the tractor. Ive seen some that looked like they had been in a demolition derby. why not just repair the leak?

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Thats when you return it to the place of repair and make them fix it like you paid them to. Awful hard to ruin a proper reapir in 4 hours in just about any thing.

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