If your cap vent isn't clogged and working properly, pull the carb apart and check to make sure the seat is screwed into the carb body tight, make sure there is a gasket on the seat too! I've had so many people bring their carbs to me and tell me it drips. I ask them if it's new or if some one has had it apart. Most of the time it was one or the other. Many times there were no gaskets on the back of the seat or it wasn't tight in the body. Once that is all okay check your sediment bowl and make sure it has a screen on the top of it so no debris gets to the carb and causes your needle to remain open. If your cap vent is clogged that can be dangerous and cause an explosion, this is why back in the early 1980's IH came out with free gas caps for older tractors that didn't have the new style cap.
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