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Needing a top for a carb for an 48 H

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11-14-2017 16:08:50

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Mine, the speed adjustment needle blowed out from it and the hole looks oblong. Mechanic thinks that it had had trouble before. What can I expect to pay for a used but good one?

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roy prins

11-14-2017 18:08:14

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 Re: Needing a top for a carb for an 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 11-14-2017 16:08:50  
so what would you like to do ? I might have what You need !! Roy

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11-15-2017 08:45:51

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 Re: Needing a top for a carb for an 48 H in reply to roy prins, 11-14-2017 18:08:14  
Im just wanting to replace my top to my H carb with another good one. Thanks for replying.

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11-14-2017 16:19:44

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 Re: Needing a top for a carb for an 48 H in reply to Farmallb, 11-14-2017 16:08:50  
I had the same issue on mine. We drilled the original hole out and threaded it for a new bolt that was large enough to take the original screw. I then drilled and tapped the larger bolt to accept the original speed screw. I jb welded the larger bolt into the carb body and made sure it was flush inside and outside of the carb. The JB weld set up quickly and I put the new speed screw and spring in the new hole and it was good as new. Or you can get a new to for about 25 to 30 bucks and save the time!

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