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Got the chance to go look at the primer again and it looks like I did indeed put it on upside down. I’ll get her flipped back around and maybe she’ll pump some fuel
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any updates?
Gleaner: the properly engineered and built combine.

If you need parts for your Gleaner, we are parting out A's through L2's, so we may be able to help.
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Haven’t had much time to work on it. Got the primer flipped the right way and it’ sucked fuel all the way up to the filter and through the primer(can tell by the fact it was squirting fuel at me) then I had to walk away from it because of more important responsibilities. Took a quick glance at it the other day and it appears instead of the fuel staying the classic red it’s almost like a watered down orange color. Hopefully that isn’t a major problem and I can just replace the filter (again) and reprime it. It’s the second time it’s done that since I’ve worked on it
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