well had to take carb off for float needle valve not sealing. super A all looks good now. pic. 7-8 show fluid in baster not going down been that way for 1 hr. also is my gov rod to carb bent? pic 10-11 thanks sorry so many pictures
Re: Carb work in reply to bob hawbecker, 11-22-2012 15:15:11
You need a new needle and seat, also the float could be hanging on the side of the housing. The rod appears to be slightly bent, should not be a problem. There is a screen inside the fitting you are pouring into. Never heard of one completely plugged. This post was edited by CNKS at 13:43:08 11/23/12.
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