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    Posted: 15 Jun 2019 at 11:14am
So it's been a while since I've been on here, due to farming, quitting at the prison and starting a new job at Select Sires.

But anyway, it appears #1,#2 and #3 injectors on my 7060 are leaking, along with my return. It has about 8k hours on it, and the pump was rebuilt in 2008.

Simple leak fix? Or go a head and bite the bullet and put new ones in?
2001 Gleaner R42, 1978 7060, 1977 7000, 1969 190 XT Series III, 1966 D-17 Series IV and 1952 WD and more keep my farm running!
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Might just be your valve cover gasket. I though the same thing on my 7040 and it was actually the valve cover gasket, it was rock hard & brittle. 
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Nope it's clearly diesel
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A C Or Bosch Injectors
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The fuel return line on AC injectors is on the top of each injector and sealed by a rubber sleeve, called an Imperial flex fitting. Maybe you just need new rubber seals inside of each brass nut ??  AC injectors of that vintage aren't really known for leaking. Bosch injectors are.
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A.C. injectors I'm pretty sure. Fuel bubbles up at the base of each injector while running as well
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Fuel bubbling around injector could be a small amount of compression from injector seal pushing fuel back up from drip tube line leak.     
If it is fuel coming from tip but, it is trial and air stopping them without replacing complete injector. Deutz was the worst about that.     MACK
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