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Re: New Carb on Old B

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10-07-2012 16:01:34

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Well your first mistake was to soak it in gas since gas is what caused the problem in the first place. Those carbs are easy to rebuild and once done right will work better then that new one but hey its your machine. A good soaking in a good carb cleaner and a can of spray cleaner and some air and small piece of wire and your old carb would have been as good as new

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Greg Ballantyne

10-08-2012 02:06:32

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 Re: New Carb on Old B in reply to old, 10-07-2012 16:01:34  
And to think that all this time I thought that old tractor RAN on gas.... but now it runs better than it has for 20 years.... the only part I don"t like about the new carb is I had to pay $243 for it....

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10-08-2012 08:39:04

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 Re: New Carb on Old B in reply to Greg Ballantyne, 10-08-2012 02:06:32  
The problem is the old gas had left varnish behind and that in turn is what caused the problem in the carb and soaking it in gas was not going to remove what the gas left behind in the first place. Now if you had used a good carb cleaner soak can and soaked it say 24 hours and then sprayed it out with spray carb cleaner and air and used a small wire you could have saves at least $200 of that $243 it cost you

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