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flooding question

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07-09-2001 07:17:49

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Got an early B - hand crank - and when I first start her, if I turn on the gas first she floods.

Seems to start her I have to crank it with the gas shut off, and no choke. Once she hits, I can turn on the gas and all's well.

Carburetor is rebuilt, and the problem continues - she floods instantly.

Any suggestions? Thanks for the help.

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02-26-2002 10:15:49

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 Re: '37 B starting - flooding question in reply to JAE-Tx, 07-09-2001 07:17:49  
What is the largest flood in the world

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07-09-2001 09:13:51

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 Re: '37 B starting - flooding question in reply to JAE-Tx, 07-09-2001 07:17:49  
Had the same problem with a freshly rebuilt "B" carb. The float was set too high. After I re-adjusted the float setting, all was well.

Maybe that's your problem too.

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07-09-2001 18:06:32

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 Re: Re: '37 B starting - flooding question in reply to Tyler(WA), 07-09-2001 09:13:51  
if not the float, then the needle vavle that it pushes closed to shut off the fuel has a crack in the seat.

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